Current staff members of the journal. To see archive of previous writers, see Staff Archive
Amanda Williams graduated from The College of New Jersey in 2016 with a B.S. in Biology and a minor in Public Health. At Rutgers Law School, she is a 2L Representative for the Association of Black Law Students, a BARBRI Student Representative, and a Staff Member on the Moot Court Board. She also spent her first summer interning at Prudential Financial in Cybersecurity and Data Privacy. Outside of law school, Amanda enjoys running, traveling, and watching classic film.
Pratik Parikh graduated from the University of Connecticut in 2016 with a B.A. in Political Science. At Rutgers Law School, he is the Founder and President of Rutgers University Student Caucus as well as the Alumni Chair of Rutgers University Corporate Law and Governance. Outside of law school, Pratik is actively involved in politics and voter activism.
Amanda Schwartz graduated magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from University of Maryland in 2015 with a B.A. in English Literature. After graduating, Amanda spent five months living in Tel Aviv and working on the grant writing team for an Israeli non-profit. This summer Amanda interned with Chief Justice Rabner of the Supreme Court of New Jersey and this fall she will be joining the Rutgers Computer &amp; Technology Law Journal and the Rutgers Education and Health Clinic. Outside of school Amanda enjoys playing ping pong and petting other people’s dogs.
Amna Toor graduated summa cum laude from Rutgers University in 2014 with a B.A. in Political Science, and a minor in Religion. During her first year at Rutgers Law School, Amna discovered her passion for civil rights and developed an interest in intellectual property. Over the summer of 2016, Amna interned for the Sikh Coalition — the largest Sikh civil rights organization in the country. Previously, she has interned in the Middlesex County Superior Court, Family Division, for the Honorable Lisa M. Vignuolo, J.S.C., served as a student volunteer for the Honorable Morris Stern Pro Bono Bankruptcy Project, and has been a teaching assistant for a legal writing and analysis course at Rutgers Law School. In her free time, Amna enjoys traveling and reading.
Erica Mannix is a 2L at the Newark campus of Rutgers Law School. Erica graduated from New York University in 2011 majoring in Finance and Marketing. Prior to attending law school, she developed her career in technology working for leaders in the industry including Apple Inc. Erica enjoys going to the beach, spending time with her family, and knitting scarves for people in need.
Owen Campbell is a 2L law student at Rutgers Law School. Prior to coming to law school, Owen graduated from Temple University in 2013 and began working at Weitz &amp; Luxenburg P.C. in New York City. He remained there until beginning law school in 2015. Currently 25 years old, Owen enjoys playing and watching sports, reading, and traveling in his spare time.
Michael Roberts is an Associate Editor for Rutgers Computer &amp; Technology Law Journal. Michael has studied Talmudic Law for 18 years covering topics such as marital, tort, judicial, evidentiary, sales, contractual, lending and monetary law. Michael has a passion for contractual law and litigation currently attends Rutgers Law School to pursue a J.D and career as a negotiator and litigator. Michael has spent the past summer working for Justice Lee A. Solomon of the Supreme Court of New Jersey developing his understanding of what impacts and affects the outcome of cases at each level of the litigation process.
Jeremy Bunyaner is a graduate of McGill University in Political Science, History, and Russian. He grew up Union County, New Jersey. Currently a 3L, his interests in law range from entertainment to criminal law. In his free time he likes to personalize his home and try cooking new recipes. He also enjoys long bike rides and writing music.