Current staff members of the journal. To see archive of previous writers, see Staff Archive
Andrea Christine Hageman graduated from Loyola University Maryland in 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry. She is incredibly interested in intellectual property and hopes to one day utilize her scientific background in a career as a patent attorney. In her free time, Andrea can be found lip syncing the entire Hamilton soundtrack, re-reading the Harry Potter series or watching a true crime documentary.
My name is VeJay Vicino and I am a rising 2L at Rutgers Law. I graduated from Rutgers New Brunswick in 2016 majoring in Criminal Justice. While at Rutgers, I discovered a passion for fostering dogs as well as community service involvement as the philanthropy chair for Alpha Chi Rho. This summer I had an internship with the Essex County Judiciary in the chambers of the Honorable Garry J. Furnari, where I was able to pursue my interests in Civil as well as Environmental law.
Sam Taddeo graduated from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, in 2012 with a B.A in English and a minor in Cinema Studies. When Sam is not in school, he enjoys learning the guitar and writing screenplays he'll never finish. He currently serves on the environmental commission in his hometown of Holmdel, New Jersey.
Andrew Strafaci graduated from The College of New Jersey in 2013 with a B.S. in Civil Engineering. At Rutgers Law School, he is pursuing a dual JD/MBA degree with Rutgers Business School, and is a pro bono intern for the Honorable Morris Stern Bankruptcy Assistance Project, while working full time as an engineer in Wall Township, NJ. Outside of law school, Andrew enjoys designing and producing apparel for a small brand that he opened near his home by the Jersey Shore.
Anya Sahaydachny graduated from Franklin &amp; Marshall College in Pennsylvania with a major in Government. At Rutgers Law School she is an executive board member for the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association. She spent her first summer interning at a boutique medical malpractice firm in New York City. Outside of law school, Anya enjoys cooking, traveling and staying active.
Geovanny M. Mora is a second year law student at Rutgers Law School and an Associate Editor for the Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal. He graduated from Queens College in 2013 with a BBA in International Business. Last summer, Geovanny was a legal intern for the FDNY's Equal Employment Opportunity unit. He plans to sit for the bar in New Jersey and New York upon graduation.
John Meyer graduated from Rowan University in 2017 with a B.A. in Law and Justice Studies, and a minor in Business Administration. During his first summer, John interned in Bergen County Superior Court Law Division under the Assignment Judge, Bonnie J. Mizdol A.J.S.C. During the fall semester John will be interning at the Waterfront Commission of New York Harbor. Outside of law school, John enjoys running, hiking, traveling, and reading.
Veronica Medina graduated from Montclair State University with a B.A. in Justice and Paralegal Studies and two minors in Environmental Justice and Family Justice. At Rutgers Law School in Newark, she is the Social Media and Marketing Chair for the Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Society, the Secretary of the Public Interest Law Student Association, a 2L Representative for the Association of Latin American Law Students, and works as a Lexis Student Representative for LexisNexis Legal as a part-time job. Veronica also spent her rising 2L summer as a Legal Intern at the Neighborhood Health Services Corporation where she worked with Labor/Employment and Healthcare Law. During her leisure time, she enjoys ice skating, creative writing, and volunteering as a Program Facilitator for an anti-bullying organization called Inspimind.
Logan Lecates is a 2009 graduate of the University of Delaware
and 2012 graduate of the Defense Language Institute. At Rutgers Law
School, he is a 2L Representative for the Student Bar Association,
Secretary for the Society for Corporate Law and Governance, and Vice
President of the Federalist Society. He is a Navy veteran, with a
background in cryptology and linguistics. Logan’s personal interests
include photography, travel, and classic car restoration.
Justin Hill graduated from Rutgers University-New Brunswick in 2016 with a B.A. in Psychology and a minor in Sociology. At Rutgers Law School he is the treasurer for the Association of Black Law Students as well as a member of the Rutgers Tax Law Society and New Jersey State and Essex Country Bar Associations. He spent the summer after 1L year as a summer associate for Clark Guldin, a business law firm located in Montclair New Jersey. Outside of Law School he enjoys fishing and participating in local running events.
Amanda Gulli graduated from Seton Hall University in 2016 with a B.S.B.A. in Sport Management and a certificate in Finance. Amanda was also a member of the Division I Women’s Soccer team at Seton Hall. She spent her summer interning at the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office assisting in the Trail Unit, Mental Health Unit, and Drug Unit. Outside of law school, Amanda enjoys fishing, soccer, and running.
Sherry Gelenius graduated from Stevens Institute of Technology with an M.B.A. in Technology Management and from Monmouth University with an M.S. in Computer Science. Sherry is employed full-time in the telecommunications industry, supporting program management projects on network virtualization. As a part-time evening Rutgers Law School, she serves on the Executive Board of the Computer and Technology Society. Sherry enjoys time spent and traveling with her husband and two children.