Wiggin and Dana Welcomes Seven Summer Associates
From Left to Right: Samem Jabarkhail, Samuel Weber, Christina Colón Williams, Patrick LaMondia, Diane Cooper, Kush Das and Richard Luedeman.
New Haven - Wiggin and Dana is pleased to announce the arrival of the 2013 Summer Associate class. The group is comprised of five second year and two first year law students. The firm is especially delighted to host a United Technologies Corporation/Lawyers Collaborative for Diversity Scholar in addition to our Yale New Haven Health System/ Wiggin and Dana Diversity Scholar. Along with the traditional summer associate assignments, the Wiggin and Dana class had the opportunity to participate in the firm Mock Trial which took place on Sunday, June 2 at Yale Law School.
Diane Cooper attends Quinnipiac University School of Law and earned her B.S. in Biotechnology from Ferris State University.
Kush Das attends Georgetown University Law Center and earned his B.A. in Criminal Justice from George Washington University.
Samem Jabarkhail attends University of Connecticut School of Law and earned his B.A. in Political Science from Dickinson College.
Patrick LaMondia attends Indiana University Maurer School of Law and earned his M.S. in Computer Information Systems from Boston University and his B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Connecticut.
Richard Luedeman attends Yale Law School and earned his A.B. in Government from Harvard University.
Samuel Weber attends Fordham University School of Law and earned his Bachelors in Talmudic Law from Nesivos University.
Christina Colón Williams attends University of Connecticut School of Law and earned her B.A. in Political Science from Yale University.
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. Summer associates participate in various social and public services events and have the opportunity to participate in the firm Mock Trial.