National Association of Attorneys General
NAAG Employee Spotlight: Summer Staff
Every year, NAAG hosts fellows, law clerks and interns from across the country to provide meaningful opportunities for law students and others to gain valuable work experience, refine their skills, and learn about the work of attorneys general in various legal and policy areas. They work alongside NAAG counsel and participate in a number of activities to supplement their learning experience such as attending congressional hearings. The following individuals are working with NAAG this summer:
Louis Laverone is a visiting fellow. Originally from Monterey, Calif., Louis received his undergraduate degree in International Affairs from George Washington University and his J.D. from Emory Law School. During his fellowship at NAAG, he is looking forward to interacting with DC practitioners who have interests similar to his own, as well as working alongside enthusiastic NAAG staffers who handle compelling projects in the field of public service law. Louis is most interested in white collar crime, organized crime, and gang prosecutions, and he also enjoys working on Supreme Court litigation. He hopes to combine his diverse interests and move into a prosecutorial or legislative position upon completing his fellowship.
D�Juan Jones grew up in the Raleigh, N.C. area and received his undergraduate degree from Wake Forest University in Sociology with a concentration in Criminology and a minor in Politics and International Affairs. He is currently a rising second-year student at Howard University School of Law in Washington, D.C., and is enthusiastic about his opportunity with NAAG to assist in the development of research and training materials for attorneys general offices. D�Juan plans to pursue a legal career post-graduation that centers on the relationship between consumer protection and corporate interests; focusing on issues such as privacy, data security, and product liability.
Caile Morris is entering her third year of law school at American University Washington College of Law after completing her undergraduate degree at SUNY Geneseo in the Rochester, N.Y. area. In her position at NAAG, Caile is looking forward to delving into the various areas of law in which the Association and the attorneys general work, as well as taking advantage of the opportunities to go to conferences and hearings that examine these different practice areas. Following her anticipated graduation from law school in May 2015, Caile hopes to accept a legal position in the field of intellectual property law, particularly in trademark and copyright law.
Emily Martin graduated from Wheeling Jesuit University in Wheeling, W.Va. in 2013 where she received her bachelor�s degree in English Literature and Philosophy. She just completed her first year of law school at Ohio Northern University and is considering focusing on criminal law, particularly prosecution, once she receives her juris doctorate degree.
She is serving this year as the Bill Brown Fellow from the Ohio Northern University Pettit College of Law. Bill Brown served as Ohio attorney general from 1971-1983 after receiving his law degree from Ohio Northern University. The school later established a fellowship in his honor.
As this is Emily�s first time in the Washington, D.C. area, she is delighted to discover the culture and history within the district and through her position at NAAG, she hopes to further explore the diverse areas of law and gain exposure to other potential career opportunities.
Jonathan Silverstone is entering his senior year at Yale University where he studies Economics, particularly contemporary economic policy issues in the United States and abroad. As a proud New Jerseyan, he maintains a strong interest in policy issues in his home state and hopes to pursue a career in law and public policy upon graduation. In his position with the Association, Jonathan is eager to learn more about the wide array of issues that NAAG and the state attorneys general work on every day, especially those situated at the intersection of law and economics. During his extended D.C. stay, he looks forward to meeting new people involved with different varieties of government-related work.