Sean J. Kealy is a Clinical Associate Professor of Law and the director of legislative clinical programs at Boston University School of Law. He is a graduate of Hamilton College (A.B.); University of Pennsylvania, Fels Institute of Government (M.G.A.) and Temple University School of Law (J.D.). After graduating from law school, Professor Kealy served as a Massachusetts assistant attorney general where he worked on victim compensation claims and prosecuted insurance fraud. From 1999-2007 he worked as legal advisor to State Senator Cynthia Stone Creem (D-Newton) and counsel to the Massachusetts General Court’s Joint Committee on Criminal Justice and the Joint Committee on Revenue. Since joining the BU Law faculty, Professor Kealy has developed the American Legislative Practice Clinic, the Africa i-Parliaments Clinic, and the Semester in Practice Washington DC Program. Professor Kealy is an editor and the faculty advisor for Dome.
Alex Forney is from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and graduated from Brown University with a major in English literature. He anticipates graduating from Boston University School of Law with a Juris Doctor in Spring 2016. Beginning this summer, Alex will work for Ropes & Gray where he plans to focus on representing businesses in general commercial litigation.
J. Corbin Carter is from Edmond, Oklahoma and graduated from The University of Oklahoma with majors in political science and history. He anticipates graduating from Boston University School of Law with a Juris Doctor in Spring 2015. After graduation, Corbin will work for the New York City Law Department where he plans to focus on labor and employment litigation on behalf of the City.
Amanda Hesse is from Princeton, New Jersey and graduated from American University with a dual major in Law & Society and Public Communication. She anticipates graduating from Boston University School of Law with a Juris Doctor in Spring 2016. During Summer 2015, Amanda will intern at the Southern Poverty Law Center in Jackson, Mississippi, where she will focus on juvenile justice and prison conditions reform.
Michael Whittington is from Arlington, Texas and received his philosophy degree from the University of Texas at Arlington. He is set to graduate from Boston University School of Law with a Juris Doctor in Spring of 2016. Michael hopes to work with legislation in some capacity regardless of the path his career takes after law school.
Chloe Noonan is from Monterey, California and graduated from Sarah Lawrence College with concentrations in Modern Languages and International Studies. She anticipates graduating from Boston University School of Law with a Juris Doctor in Spring 2016. During Summer 2015, Chloe will intern at the Lawyers’ Committee for Better Housing in Chicago, Illinois, where she plans to focus on affordable housing preservation and eviction defense for low-income tenants.
Alexander N. Macheras is from Andover, Massachusetts and graduated from Boston College majoring in political science with minors in economics and environmental studies. Alexander is expected to graduate from Boston University with a Juris Doctor in Spring 2016. With a diverse set of legal interests including privacy and election, and constitutional law, Alexander hopes to be involved with legislation in the future.