Wiggin and Dana Welcomes Seven Summer Associates

June 14, 2016

 

Wiggin and Dana's 2016 Summer Associate class (left to right) Lena Bae, Amanda Brahm, Alexandra Arroyo, Sean McAuliffe, Matthew Burton, LaMarte Williams and Leslie Cahill.

 

New Haven - Wiggin and Dana is pleased to announce the arrival of the 2016 Summer Associate class. The group is comprised of five second-year law students and two first-year law students. The firm is especially delighted to welcome a Yale New Haven Health System/ Wiggin and Dana Diversity Scholar for the sixth consecutive year and a United Technologies Corporation and Lawyers Collaborative for Diversity Scholar.

Wiggin and Dana's eight-week summer program is designed to provide a realistic view of associate work and life. The summer associates work on a variety of assignments across practice areas. They also participate in various social and public services events.

Alexandra Arroyo attends Quinnipiac University School of Law and earned her B.A. in Politics and Government from the University of Hartford.

Lena Bae attends Yale Law School and earned her B.A.in Government from Harvard University.

Amanda Brahm attends Wake Forest University School of Law and earned her B.A. in English from Saint Anselm College.

Matthew Burton attends the University of Connecticut School of Law and earned his B.S. in Engineering from Oral Roberts University.

Leslie Cahill attends New York University School of Law and earned her M.A. in Oral Traditions from The Graduate Institute and her B.A. in American Studies from Fordham University.

Sean McAuliffe attends the University of Notre Dame Law School and earned his B.A.in English and History from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

LaMarte Williams, Jr. attends the University of Notre Dame Law School and earned his B.A. in Government and Sociology from Skidmore College.

In addition, 2015 summer associate William Lee will return for two weeks at the end the firm's summer program. William attends the University of Pennsylvania School of Law and earned his B.A.in Political Science from Morehouse College.