Larissa Brewster

A magna cum laude graduate of Bentley University with a BS in Marketing and an MBA in Management and Financial Planning, Larissa pursued a law degree at Suffolk University to combine her business knowledge with her love of the law. During law school, Larissa gained experience interning and working as a student attorney in the […]

Emily Bruemmer

Emily focuses on advising students interested in judicial clerkships and private sector employment opportunities. Emily graduated from Harvard University, receiving her A.B. magna cum laude with highest honors in History and East Asian Studies, and received her J.D. magna cum laude from Georgetown University Law Center. While in law school, she interned at the Federal […]

Eron Hackshaw, Esq.

Eron Hackshaw is the Director for Public Service and Pro Bono in the Career Development & Public Service Office at Boston University School of Law. In this capacity he advises law students and alumni on all aspects of career planning and career development; designs and delivers programming to expose students to legal employers and the legal […]

Mandie LeBeau

Assistant Dean Mandie LeBeau oversees the Career Development & Public Service Office at Boston University School of Law. She joined the University in the summer of 2020. Assistant Dean LeBeau has more than fifteen years of experience as a career development professional specializing in the legal industry. Prior to joining the University, she managed the […]

Jessica Leveroni

Jessica develops programming for and advises students and alumni interested in employment opportunities with small, mid-sized and large law firms. She previously served as a Career Advisor for the American Law, Banking and Financial Law, and Intellectual Property Law LLM Programs at Boston University School of Law. Prior to joining Boston University School of Law, […]

Quinnie Lin

Quinnie Lin advises students on alternative and emerging career tracks as well as on in-house law practice, compliance, and private sector opportunities. She is a graduate of Harvard College, Harvard Kennedy School, and Georgetown Law, where she was an editor of the Georgetown Immigration Law Journal. During graduate school, Quinnie led rule-of-law projects in Kenya, […]