Friday, July 28, 2023

Center Editorial Board, 2023-2024


Sarah Midani is a class of 2025 student at Albany Law School.
With a keen interest in both labor law and education law, she serves as a law clerk in the Office of General Counsel at New York State United Teachers (NYSUT). Sarah first joined NYSUT as a Peggy Browning Fellow in the summer of 2023, where she researched the strength of federal and state workplace safety laws as mechanisms to protect teachers from student violence. At the law school, Sarah is a Government Law Center Fellow and a member of the Albany Law Review.
Prior to law school, Sarah worked as a broadcast and digital news producer at the NBC, CBS, and CW affiliates in Syracuse, New York.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in English with a minor in educational studies from Siena College, and a master’s degree in journalism from Syracuse University. 

Executive Editor
Priscilla Capuano is a third-year student at Albany Law School. Prior to attending law school, Priscilla earned her bachelor’s degree from Siena College, where she majored in Philosophy and minored in Creative Arts. During College she interned as a tour guide at the USS Slater in Albany, New York. 
Last year, Priscilla interned in the Albany County District Attorney’s Office in the summer of 2022. She continued her work there by completing a Field Placement over the fall and volunteering in the spring. Priscilla was on Albany Law School’s Criminal Appellate Travel Team where she competed in the 2023 Herbert Wechsler National Criminal Law Moot Court Competition. She also competed in the 2023 Domenick L. Gabrielli Appellate Advocacy Moot Court Competition, in which she was a finalist. She also won the third best oral advocate award. As the Managing Editor for Production, Research, and Writing on the Journal of Science and Technology, Priscilla was involved in organizing and running the Journal Write-on Competition.
During the summer of 2023, Priscilla worked as a Summer Associate for Goldman Sachs. This fall, she has a Field Placement in the chambers of the Honorable Mae D’Agostino. She is continuing her involvement in the Journal of Science and Technology.

Executive Editor
Kelly Krull
is a third-year student at Albany Law School. 
Prior to attending Albany Law, she completed her bachelor’s degree in the 3+3 law program at Le Moyne College, where she majored in Political Science with a concentration in Pre-law. During her undergraduate studies, she interned for a Judge at the Worcester District Court in Massachusetts.
At Albany Law, Kelly currently is a work study in the Information Technology Department. She is also currently a research assistant for Professor Melissa Breger. In the fall of 2022, she joined the Family Violence Litigation Clinic in Albany Law’s Justice Center. 

Executive Editor
Cameron Bishop
is a third-year student at Albany Law School. Before law school, he earned a bachelor's degree from Siena College where he majored in Political Science, complemented by a pre-law certificate and completion of the Standish Honors Program. In the Standish Honors Program, he completed 100 hours of community service at the Schenectady Inner City Ministry and prepared an Honors Thesis on the advertising strategies in battleground states in the 2020 Presidential Election. He was a member of the Siena Mock Trial Team, as well as a captain of the team in his senior year.
Last year, Cameron interned at the Schenectady County District Attorney's Office. He was also a Dean Thomas Sponsler Honors Teaching Fellow, where he was a teaching assistant for Professor Mayer for Federal Civil Procedure and then for Criminal Law. He will continue working with her as her research assistant. He is also a member of the Albany Law Review.
As a 3L, Cameron will participate in a field placement in the chambers of the Honorable Mae A. D'Agostino, District Court Judge for the Northern District of New York. Additionally, he is a member of the Pro Bono Scholars Program and will be placed with the Schenectady County Public Defender's Office, hopefully doing work in drug court. He was a participant in the 2022 Donna Jo Morse Client Counseling Competition and competed in the 2023 Domenick L. Gabrielli Appellate Advocacy Moot Court Competition in which he and his partner were finalists, and he won the best oral-advocate award.
For previous years' staffs, click HERE.