Volume 5

Editor in Chief

Managing Editor

Production Editor

 

Executive Editor

Article Editors

Libby Masiuk

 

Online Editor

 

 

 

Comments Editor

 

Symposium Editor

Research Editor

 

Associate Editors

Jake Bassinder

Alana Bevan

Benjamin Bolnick

Elizabeth Broussard

Alyssa Cannizzaro

Taylor Davis

Sawyer Dean

Amelia Fanelli

Mia Fry

Lindsay Holcomb

Nicole Horita

Megan Hussey

Rhochelle Krawetz

Eli Levy

Roger Li

Patrick Lockwood

Anna Malone

Stephen Martin

Kevin Matthews

Evan Mcintyre

Jacqueline Monnat

Larissa Morgan

Sarah Riblet

Casey Stewart

Michael Sunnergren

Faculty Advisor

Volume 5 –  OPEN


Volume 4 –  CLOSED


Volume 3 –   CLOSED


Volume 2 –   CLOSED


Volume 1 –  CLOSED

 

Erik Lampmann is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Law & Public Affairs, Volume 5. He’s passionate about bringing solutions-oriented conversations around policy and social change to Penn. During law school, Erik has held internships with the Washington, D.C. office of Hogan Lovells LLP, the City of Philadelphia Law Department, and the Senate Judiciary Committee Office of Ranking Member Sen. Dianne Feinstein. Prior to law school, he lived and worked in D.C. for three years. In that time, he trained young activists to run community organizing campaigns across the country, worked as a fundraiser for a national civil rights organization, wrote about LGBTQ politics, and helped kickstart a her-local media project. He graduated summa cum laude from the University of Richmond, with degrees in Philosophy, Politics, Economics, and Law (PPEL) and French.

Erik Lampmann is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Law & Public Affairs, Volume 5. He’s passionate about bringing solutions-oriented conversations around policy and social change to Penn. During law school, Erik has held internships with the Washington, D.C. office of Hogan Lovells LLP, the City of Philadelphia Law Department, and the Senate Judiciary Committee Office of Ranking Member Sen. Dianne Feinstein. Prior to law school, he lived and worked in D.C. for three years. In that time, he trained young activists to run community organizing campaigns across the country, worked as a fundraiser for a national civil rights organization, wrote about LGBTQ politics, and helped kickstart a her-local media project. He graduated summa cum laude from the University of Richmond, with degrees in Philosophy, Politics, Economics, and Law (PPEL) and French.

Beatrix Lu is the Managing Editor of the Journal of Law & Public Affairs, Volume 5. She graduated with dual degrees in International Relations and Spanish and received Honors in Multimedia Scholarship from the University of Southern California. Beatrix is happy to be back in her hometown to attend Penn Law, where she is a Littleton Fellow and an active member of the Penn Law Immigrant Rights Project. One of Beatrix’s favorite experiences during law school was spending her summer working at a refugee and migrant rights clinic in Johannesburg as part of the Penn Law International Summer Human Rights Fellowship.

Mikaela Meyer is the Production Editor for JLPA. She received undergraduate degrees in English and Communication from Regis University. During her time at Regis, she served on student government, was a member of the Honors Program, and served as a volunteer tutor at an all-male correctional facility. At Penn Law, along with her JLPA involvement, she is an Articles Editor for the Journal of Constitutional Law, Co-President of American Constitution Society, and Vice-President of Training for the Penn Law Mock Trial team. Her passions include death penalty work and providing underprivileged populations with high-quality legal assistance.

Edwin Bogert is an Executive Editor of the Journal of Law & Public Affairs, Volume 5. Edwin graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and History from Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, and was born and raised in the Philadelphia area. His main legal interest is administrative law, especially as it relates to banking and finance. Edwin will spend his Summer working at the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General representing the Department of Banking and Insurance. After law school he hopes to find the time to fix bank supervision once and for all.

 

Anne Corbett is an Executive Editor of the Journal of Law & Public Affairs, Volume 5. Anne graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Economics and French Cultural Studies from Wellesley College. Prior to law school, Anne worked for an economic consulting firm supporting expert testimony in antitrust litigation. At Penn Law, Anne is a Littleton Fellow and serves on the National Moot Court Team. Her pro bono interests include reproductive justice and housing security.

Ellyn Jameson is one of the Articles Editors of the Journal of Law & Public Affairs, Volume 5. Originally from upstate New York, Ellyn graduated with an International Relations degree from SUNY Geneseo. After undergrad she lived for several years in Cusco, Peru, where she founded and ran an educational non-profit. While at Penn, she’s been active as a volunteer and co-director of the Penn Law Immigrant Rights Project and a board member of the Equal Justice Foundation. She enjoys yoga, singing, and spending quality time with her husband and cat.

 

Chelsea Tisosky is an Articles Editor of the Journal of Law & Public Affairs, Volume 5. Chelsea graduated with a Bachelor of Science from Cornell University. Before law school, Chelsea worked as a health care research consultant at the Advisory Board Company in Washington, D.C. During her time at Penn Law, Chelsea has participated in the Democracy Law Project, mentored incoming students as a mentor for the Penn Law Women’s Association and Morris Fellow program, and worked for Senator Patty Murray, ranking member on the Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions via the Legislative Clinic. Last summer, Chelsea interned for the Honorable Amit Mehta on the D.C. District Court. She is currently working as a summer associate at Covington & Burling in Washington, D.C. After graduation, Chelsea hopes to return to D.C. to begin her legal career.

Gustavo Cardona is the Online Editor of the Journal of Law & Public Affairs, Volume 5. Gustavo graduated with a B.S. in Political Science from Tuskegee University. During his time at Penn Law, Gustavo has served as a representative in student government, and Social Chair for the Latinx Law Student Association. While on Spring Break, Gustavo conducted research for the Mississippi Center for Justice and Ceiba to combat criminal disenfranchisement laws and uncover affordable housing solutions, respectively. Gustavo is happy to have found Philadelphia and looks forward to starting his career in the City of Brotherly Love.

Jesse McGleughlin is the Comments Editor of the Journal of Law and Public Affairs, Volume 5. Jesse graduated magna cum laude and with honors from Brown University where she studied civil rights history. Prior to law school, Jesse worked as the National Training Manager at Community Connections for Youth, where she advocated for alternatives to youth incarceration. At Penn Law, Jesse works with the Youth Sentencing and Reentry Project to provide mitigation and reentry supports for young people prosecuted in the adult criminal justice system in Philadelphia. She has externed at the NAACP Legal Defense Fund to promote racial justice, and has spent her summers working at Still She Rises in Tulsa, Oklahoma, a public defender office dedicated to the representation of mothers in the criminal justice system, and at the Southern Center for Human Rights in Atlanta, Georgia, advocating for clients facing the death penalty and inhumane prison conditions.

Eric Stahler is the Symposium Editor of the Journal of Law & Public Affairs, Volume 5. Eric graduated with a B.A. in history from Temple University. After spending a few years in New York City, Eric is excited to be back in his hometown of Philadelphia (especially in time to have witnessed the Eagles win their first Super Bowl Championship). During his time at Penn Law thus far, Eric has participated in the Mediation Clinic, served as a Morris Fellow, and interned at the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General. This year, Eric will also be serving as a visiting board member at a local nonprofit through Wharton’s McNulty Nonprofit Board Fellowship. After law school, Eric hopes to relocate to Washington, D.C.

 

Daniel Lewis is the Research Editor of the Journal of Law & Public Affairs, Volume 5.  Daniel graduated with a BA in English Literature from the University of Chicago. During law school, Daniel has served low-income clients in the Civil Practice Clinic and has worked with Community Legal Services of East Palo Alto, the Pennsylvania Innocence Project, and Philadelphia Legal Assistance.  He hails from the Golden State and is an avid basketball and baseball fan.

ccoglianCary Coglianese is the Edward B. Shils Professor of Law and Professor of Political Science at the University of Pennsylvania, where he currently serves as the director of the Penn Program on Regulation and has served as the law school’s Deputy Dean for Academic Affairs.  He specializes in the study of regulation and regulatory processes, with an emphasis on the empirical evaluation of alternative regulatory strategies and the role of public participation, negotiation, and business-government relations in policy making.