Current staff members of the journal. To see archive of previous writers, see Staff Archive
Michelle Yang graduated summa cum laude from Rutgers University in 2015 with a B.A. in Political Science and Psychology. Now a 3L at Rutgers Law School, she is a Publishing Editor of the Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal, a member of the Minority Student Program (MSP), and former Secretary of the Asian Pacific American Law Student's Association. Over the summer, Michelle worked in a general practice law firm, mainly focusing on real estate transactions. When she is not in school, Michelle enjoys spending time with family and friends, reading, and learning how to play the guitar/ukulele.
Travis Anderson graduated from William Paterson University in 2015, earning a B.A. in Political Science with a minor in economics. He currently serves as Managing Articles Editor for the Rutgers Computer &amp; Technology Law Journal, Chief Operating Officer of the SBA School Store, and 3L Representative in the SBA. Travis interned for a Superior Court Civil Division Judge during his 1L summer, and worked as a judicial intern for the Honorable Michael A. Shipp, U.S.D.J., during the spring semester of his 2L year. This past summer, Travis worked as a summer intern for the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General. He worked alongside the executive team developing policy and performing legal research, while also completing assignment rotations in the Department of Law’s Employment Litigation section and the Department of Criminal Justice. This fall, he will be returning to the Office of the Attorney General as an intern in the Department of Law’s Employment Litigation section. Upon graduation, Travis will go on to clerk for the Hon. Thomas W. Sumner, Jr., J.A.D., at the New Jersey Superior Court Appellate Division in Mercer County.
Jacob Shulman is originally from central New Jersey, but has spent a significant period of his life near Chicago, Illinois. Jacob is a third year student at Rutgers Law School and received his undergraduate education from Rutgers University- New Brunswick. Jacob graduated with a bachelor's degree in political science, with a minor in economics and an Undergraduate Associate certificate from the Eagleton Institute of Politics in 2015. During the past few years, Mr. Shulman, has worked for multiple law firms in New York and New Jersey, focusing on assisting attorneys who represent mid-size and large business entities. Jacob has also worked in securities compliance as a law clerk for a broker-dealer. Jacob will be published in the upcoming volume of the Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal for his work in financial technology ("FinTech"). Additionally, Jacob has written about corporate governance issues, cybersecurity, and blockchain. He enjoys giving back to the community and has done so by being a member of Mt. Zion Lodge #135 of Free and Accepted Masons, various alumni groups, and the Highland Park Human Relations Commission. Jacob has had exposure to a myriad of legal and policy related internships and jobs. At the law school, Jacob was involved as the Career Services Chairman of the Student Bar Association (SBA), and served as the President of the Jewish Law Students Association (JLSA). As the Career Services Chairman, Jacob organized one of the largest judicial receptions at the law school. Jacob is a 2017-2018 Governor's Executive Fellow through the Eagleton Institute of Politics and a Business Law Fellow in the Rutgers Center for Corporate Law and Governance. His hobbies include rescuing and fostering dogs and being involved in the community.
Jaimee Glinn graduated from Binghamton University in 2015 with a B.A. in Philosophy, Politics and Law. Outside of her involvement with the Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal, Jaimee also previously served as Vice President of the Women's Law Forum as well as Vice President of Marketing for the Intellectual Property Law Society at Rutgers Law School. Jaimee enjoys running and reading fiction novels.
Erica Hauser graduated from Seton Hall University in 2008 with a B.A. in Graphic Arts and Interactive Design. Now a 4LE at Rutgers Law school, she is now a Senior Editor of the Computer and Technology Law Journal. During her time at RU Law she has served as the Secretary of the Evening Students Association, as a Clinical Law Student with the Health and Special Education Law Clinic, and has volunteered over eighty hours with Legal Services of New Jersey as a Law Clerk within their HCAP workforce. Erica enjoys painting and reading and hopes to spend time traveling in the future.