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.