Free Speech For People is pleased to announce our summer 2019 Legal Advocacy Program interns! We appreciate the talent, time, and commitment to defending our democracy the new Legal Advocacy Program interns bring to the Free Speech For People team. Learn more about our new Legal Advocacy Program interns below!
Justine Morris is a rising second year law student at Boston University. She attended New York University where she studied politics, journalism and German. After graduating in 2017, she worked as a legal assistant in a small civil rights plaintiff’s firm litigating police brutality suits against the NYPD. In her spare time, she trains for half-marathons and is enjoying learning to cook.
James Stramm is a rising second year student at Harvard Law School. After graduating from UNC-Chapel Hill, he spent two years in Madrid, Spain teaching English. He is interested constitutional law, particularly First Amendment law. James enjoys playing basketball and supporting teams from his hometown of Charlotte, North Carolina.
Mike Torcello is a rising second-year law student at Harvard Law School. He is originally from Buffalo, New York, and graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 2018 with a B.A. in Political Science and History. Mike currently serves as an editor for the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review and as a student representative with the Tenant Advocacy Project.
Brook Tylka is a rising second year law student at Boston University School of Law. She received her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, completing a triple major in History, Legal Studies, and Sociology. Prior to law school, Brook worked as a legal assistant in a plaintiff-side employment law firm in Wisconsin. When she is not studying, she enjoys reading and writing fiction.