Amber Marsano ’11 is am a member of the Health Law Society, Sports and Entertainment Law Association, the Transactional Law Competition Team, and she is the clerk for the legal fraternity Phi Alpha Delta. Amber is also a student ambassador, a Kaplan bar review representative, and she is a research and teaching
assistant for one of the professors at Widener University Law School. She is the Volunteer Income Tax Assistant (VITA) director for the American Bar Association, which is a program where students can get trained to perform basic income tax returns for low-income taxpayers or those with special needs such as the elderly, non-English speaking persons, and persons with disabilities within the community through out the tax season.
Nathan Link is a second year doctoral student in the Department of Criminal Justice at Temple University. Nathan completed the Bachelor of Science degree in Criminology and Justice Studies (now Criminology) from The College of New Jersey and a Master of Social Work (policy track) from Rutgers. While at Rutgers he was awarded a Governor’s Executive Fellowship with the Eagleton Institute of Politics. He has worked in a residential treatment facility for troubled youth, as a group therapist in a drug treatment program, and for AmeriCorps’ Jumpstart program in Camden. Nathan’s research interests include criminological theory, prisoner reentry, and services for those in the correctional system. He is currently a Research Assistant for the drug treatment implementation study, CJDATS2, and is focusing his efforts on the medication-assisted treatment component. Nathan can be reached at email@example.com.
Regina McKenna earned the Bachelor of Science degree in Criminology in 2007. She is now a third year student at Rutgers University School of Law – Camden. Regina is a legal intern with the Rutgers Domestic Violence Clinic and authorized to practice in New Jersey Superior Court – Family Division. She represents indigent victims of domestic violence from Camden County in matters including obtaining final restraining orders and negotiating consent orders involving child support and child custody arrangements. Regina is also a trained New Jersey court-appointed mediator. Regina graduates from Rutgers this May and she will take the Pennsylvania and New Jersey bar exams in late July. In September, she will begin serving as the Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Heidi Willis Currier, Superior Court of New Jersey, Civil Division, Middlesex County, for the 2011-2012 term. Following Regina’s clerkship, she hopes to work as a trial attorney in civil litigation, yet continue to do pro bono work for domestic violence victims. Commenting on her education in criminology at The College of New Jersey Regina writes, “I am grateful that my criminology major at TCNJ fully prepared me for the difficulties of law school and law practice.”
Keith Carmy earned the Bachelor of Science degree in Criminology in May 2008 and began law school at Rutgers-Camden that summer. He received First Year Honors and he has made Dean’s List three semesters. After his first year, he was accepted to the Rutgers Law Journal and this past year he was made a Notes and Comments Editor. He will have his comment published in an upcoming edition of the state constitutional law issue. In addition, Keith was elected Vice President of the Rutgers-Camden chapter of the Federalist Society. He has served as a teaching assistant for a first year legal writing course for the last two years. He has also spent time working for the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance pro bono program. He interned for the past two summers at the Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office, and he would like to eventually become a prosecutor or a district attorney. Next year, Keith will be clerking for the Honorable Jeanne T. Covert, who is the presiding criminal judge in the New Jersey Superior Court in Mount Holly, NJ.