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Reed Sawyers ’18 (President) graduated from Tamalpais High School in Mill Valley, CA where he ran for the Cross Country and Track Teams. At Williams, Reed majors in Economics and is President of the Williams College Law Society and the Williams Chapter of Students for Education Reform.
Drew Fishman ’19 (Co-President) graduated from Coral Reef High School in Miami, FL, where he was the captain of of the debate and history bowl teams. Back in high
school he was also a legislative intern for Florida representative Jose Felix Diaz and founder and president of an elementary and middle school debate league. His interest for law came about after he worked for a summer at Miami law firm Woodbury Santiago P.A., a firm that specializes in commercial and securities law. At Williams he is also a research assistant in the political science department, with plans to double major in political economy and Chinese.
Tania Calle ’20 (Secretary)
Peter Tianlun Zhang ’18 (Events Director) majors in Political Science and Classics and concentrates in Justice and Law at Williams. Besides being an active member of Williams Mock Trial team since freshman year, he is the Co-President of Williams Circle of Women Club and Williams Strength and Lifting Club. Previously, he was an active member on the Events Planning Committee. Outside the campus, he has done legal research, written legal memoranda and drafted court opinions while working for attorneys and judges. Peter Zhang hopes to go to law school directly after graduating from Williams.
Chrisleine Temple ’19 (Treasurer) majors in Political Science and Philosophy at Williams. Besides being an active member of Williams Mock Trial team since freshman year, she is a Junior Advisor (JA) and the Head Advising Fellow for the Williams chapter of Matriculate — a nonprofit focused on helping low-income high achieving high school students in their college application process. She is also an active member on the Law Society Events Planning Committee and Sisterhood. Outside of campus, she has done legal research, academic research, and worked within the nonprofit sector in marketing, communication, data analysis, and outreach. Chrisleine Temple hopes to attend law school after graduating from Williams.
Abel Romero ’19 (Law Teams Director)