Wiggin and Dana is pleased to announce Summer Associates 2005

June 2, 2005

Jody Erdfarb, University of Connecticut School of Law, 2006.  She graduated from Yeshiva University, B.A., Political Science 2003.  Dean's Honor Program; Associate Editor of the Connecticut Journal of International Law; Winner, Best Brief, Hastie Moot Court Competition; Member, Moot Court Board. 

Oggie Ivanova, Fordham University School of Law, 2006.  Ogniana (better known as Oggie) was born and raised in Sofia, Bulgaria. In 1996, she came to the U.S. to go to Bates College, followed by Columbia University (MIA), followed by Fordham Law School (2L). Oggie is married to Raj Sriram and owns a fairly fat cat. She loves skiing, tennis, the opera and travel.

Sandhya Kilaru, Georgetown University Law Center, 2006Sandhya Kilaru grew up in Abilene and Dallas, Texas.  She went to college at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California where she received a B.A. in English and a B.S. in Biology.  After college, she worked several years at academic research centers in various capacities, including two years and a half years as a bench researcher in a molecular biology lab.  She wishes to work in the nexus between law and science and is pursuing a career in intellectual property and health law.

Rudy Kleysteuber, Yale Law School, 2007 He received a B.S. in Biology with Highest Distinction (2002) from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and took a Second B.A. (Honors) at Oxford in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (2004). His legal interests include contracts and arbitration, science and technology law, civil rights and litigation.  In his free time, he dabbles in culinary invention and tinkers incessantly with computers. He loves exploring the country by car as well as by satellite (http://maps.google.com/). 

Joshua Nevas, Harvard Law School, 2007.  Born in Orange, CT, Josh has called Bigfork, MT home for the past nine years. He graduated Amherst College in 2003, majoring in political science and Russian.  He spent the following year working at a betting shop and a Starbuck's in England, traveling through Europe and Israel on a budget, and attempting to learn golf in Montana.  Josh has just finished his first year at Harvard Law School. 

Shailesh Sahay, Harvard Law School, 2007Mr. Sahay recently completed his first year at Harvard Law School, where he received the Best Brief Award in the First Year Ames Moot Court Competition.  He graduated magna cum laude in Earth and Planetary Sciences from Harvard College in 2002, and between college and law school worked as an environmental scientist, providing expert witness litigation support in toxic tort and product liability matters. 

A warm welcome to all.