Raymond Bilter - 3L
Raymond grew up in northeastern New Jersey and graduated from the University of Michigan with a Bachelor's of Music in Composition. After college, he worked for four years at the U.S. Senate as a Legislative Aide for foreign, military, and national security policy. For Summer 2015, Raymond interned at the legal office at U.S. Coast Guard Training Center Yorktown, Virginia. In the Fall of 2015, he externed at the U.S. Navy Region Legal Service Office Mid-Atlantic in Norfolk, Virginia. For Summer 2016, he interned at the U.S. Army Office of the Command Judge Advocate at Fort Eustis in Newport News, Virginia. At the Law School, Raymond also serves on the William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal, as the Professional Development Committee Chair for the Wythe Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta International Law Fraternity, and volunteers as the Student Director for the Law Merit Badge Program. After law school, he plans to continue his dedication to public service by pursuing a career as an active duty JAG officer in the military. He is also a proud alumni member of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia.
Tom Sandbrink - 3L
Tom is originally from St. Louis, Missouri, and graduated from Truman State University with Bachelor's of Arts degrees in both History and Classics. For Summer 2015, he interned at the U.S. Navy Region Legal Service Office Mid-Atlantic in Norfolk, Virginia. For Summer 2016, he interned at the U.S. Army Trial Defense Services, Great Plains Region, Fort Leonard Wood Field Office, Missouri. At the Law School, Tom also serves on the William & Mary Business Law Review and works as a Graduate Research Fellow at the Puller Veterans Benefits Clinic. After law school, he aspires to become an active duty JAG officer in the military. In his spare time, he enjoys playing guitar and biking.
Kiren Chauhan - 2L
Kiren has been fortunate enough to call many places home over the years, as she has lived in more than a dozen places in the United States, as well as in Italy. After graduating from Smith College with a Bachelor's of Arts in Government, she worked as an AmeriCorps Paralegal in New York. In this role, she assisted with veterans’ benefits cases and domestic violence cases. After her time in AmeriCorps, she became an LSAT Instructor at Kaplan. Kiren is also a military spouse and has been involved with Family Readiness Groups, acting as a support system for military families. For Summer 2016, she interned for USAID in Uganda. In the Fall of 2016, Kiren externed at the U.S. Army Trial Defense Services, Fort Eustis Field Office in Newport News, Virginia. For Summer 2017, she will intern with the U.S. Army JAG Corps. At the Law School, she also serves on the William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal. When she's not at the law school, she can be found CrossFitting, hiking, or cooking.
Stephen Fellows - 2L
Currently a Captain in the U.S. Army, Stephen grew up in Centreville, Virginia, and graduated from Christopher Newport University with a Bachelor's of Arts in History. After college, Stephen served as an Armor Officer in the Army for four years, including tours of duty at Fort Bliss and in South Korea. For Summer 2016, he interned at Headquarters, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command at Fort Eustis in Newport News, Virginia. For Summer 2017, he will intern with the U.S. Army JAG Corps. At the Law School, Stephen also serves on the William & Mary Environmental Law & Policy Review. After Law School, he will continue his Army service as an officer in the JAG Corps.
Hannah Sherman - 1L
Hannah is originally from Washington, DC, and graduated from the University of Michigan with Bachelor’s of Arts in Political Science and Women’s Studies. After college, she worked as an Advance Associate for the White House and National Advance Lead for the Bernie Sanders presidential campaign. For Summer 2017, Hannah will intern with the U.S. Navy JAG Corps in Washington, DC. After law school, Hannah hopes to continue her work with military service members and veterans as an active duty JAG officer.
Weili Weng - 1L
Currently a 2nd Lieutenant in the U.S. Army, Weili Weng grew up in Shanghai, China. After immigrating to the United States, he enlisted in the U.S. Army and graduated from the University of Alaska, Anchorage, with a Bachelor's of Arts in Justice. For Summer 2017, Weili will intern with the U.S. Army JAG Corps. At the Law School, Weili volunteers with Student Legal Services and Students for the Innocence Project. Weili is enrolled in the Army Education Delay program and intends to apply for the JAG Corps upon his return to Active Duty. Weili has always believed in Justice and now has an opportunity to serve it as well. He aspires to serve impoverished communities in Alaska and across the nation after the conclusion of his military career.