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Student Spotlight

This time of year brings both the end of the Supreme Court’s argument calendar and the arrival of a new student staff to lead our Supreme Court Bulletin project. As usual, we wanted to introduce the leadership team responsible for bringing you our comprehensive and viewpoint-neutral analysis of each case before it’s argued during the 2024 – 2025 Supreme Court term:

Editor in Chief Anna Temchenko earned her BA in Psychology from Barnard College.  In addition to leading the Bulletin crew, she is also the Articles Selection Director for the Law Review. She is currently a Summer Associate in the Dallas office of Winston & Strawn and previously worked as a summer intern in the US District Court in Dallas.  

Executive Editor John Orona graduated from the School of Industrial Relations at Cornell where he also played linebacker on the sprint football team. He is currently a Summer Associate in the New York office of Sidley Austin LLP and spent last summer interning at the US Attorneys’ Offices, District of Colorado.

Executive Coordinator Grace Braider majored in Psychology at the University of Miami, where she co-founded and led the campus’ IGNITE chapter. She is currently a legal intern in the Office of the Federal Public Defender, Northern District of New York and was previously a summer legal intern at the US Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York.  
Anna, John, and Grace will lead a team of 36 students comprising the Bulletin Previews staff (12 third-year and 24 second-year students). If you don’t already subscribe to this free service, you can sign up here:

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