Each month, we like to introduce and highlight the accomplishments of our amazing staff members.
This month, we are featuring Allan Zhang, Sam Kovach-Orr, and Kelli-Ann Dreisbach.
Allan Zhang is a third year law student from Rahway, NJ. He graduated from New York University with his BS and MSW. After graduation, Allan worked at Weitz & Luxenberg and Big Brothers Big Sisters of NYC. While at Rutgers, Allan has been a student leader with the Domestic Violence Project, the Planning Estates Pro Bono Project, the LEAD Pro Bono Project, and the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association (APALSA). Currently, Allan is a certified legal intern with the Rutgers Civil Practice Clinic where he represents low income clients. In fall 2016, he was selected as a recipient of the Mary Philbrook Public Service Award. In his free time, Allan enjoys playing basketball, being a mentor, and competitively eating.
Sam Kovach-Orr is a second-year law student from Metuchen, NJ. He earned a B.A. in Philosophy from Rutgers University and his Master of Religion and Public Life from Emory University. Between the degrees, he worked for Habitat for Humanity International focusing on developing their Habitat Young Professionals program and mobilizing volunteers as advocates for affordable housing. Sam spent this past summer interning for U.S.D.J. Jose L. Linares in Newark, NJ and is currently interning for U.S.M.J. Tonianne J. Bongiovanni in Trenton, NJ. Looking far into the future, Sam hopes to contribute to a legislature as a voice for all those in our society.
Kelli-Ann Dreisbach is a 2L Nuremberg editor and comes to Rutgers from Penn State where she received a Bachelors in Communication Arts and Sciences. Like any Penn Stater she holds the school near and dear to her heart, partially because of her big goofball of a golden retriever named Nittany. When she's not studying Kelli-Ann enjoys purchasing shoes to add to her collection, playing softball in the law school intramural league, making a mean mojito and binge watching Grey’s Anatomy (it's just all so true to life!).