Originally from San Diego, I pursued my undergraduate degree from UVM where I was able to attend birthright and become more religiously and culturally connected to my Jewish identity. I then went on to get my Masters in British History and worked in publishing for several years. I enjoyed running, baking and spending time with my dog Milo!
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Hunter BeckerVice-President Hometown: Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Hunter Becker, a current second year law student, grew up in Florida and then moved up to Massachusetts for law school. Hunter went to Florida State University where he was active in his schools Hillel. Hunter is the vice-president of JLSA and is looking forward to providing a space for all Jews and non-Jews to come together and celebrate history and tradition. Hunter hopes to pursue business and transactional law upon graduation. This past summer Hunter worked with the Massachusetts Securities Division helping investors remedy the wrongs done to them.
Alanna Freedman MahnkeSecretary Hometown: San Diego
Leon RotensteinPresidentHometown: Ashland, Massachusetts
My name is Leon Rotenstein. I am a 3L at Suffolk University Law School. I grew up in a small New England town that didn't have many Jews, but when I went to Brandeis for undergrad I got to experience a real and vibrant Jewish community. It was that experience precisely that has driven me to restart the Suffolk University Jewish Law Students Association. My hope is to reestablish and maintain a vibrant and exciting Jewish community at Suffolk Law so that Jewish law students will have a place to connect, feel accepted, and educate their non-Jewish colleagues.
Jacob TurteltaubTreasurerHometown: New Jersey
I am a current 2L at Suffolk University Law School. I am interested in practicing real estate law, and I received my bachelor’s degree in International Affairs from George Washington University. I am excited to be apart of a team to help reestablish the Jewish Law Student Association here at our law school.