William Antony

Will Antony is a recent graduate of the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts. In his undergraduate studies Will majored in Philosophy, taking many additional courses within the Sociology department.  Outside of academics, Will was deeply involved in many extracurricular, service, and professional organizations on campus. Will served as a Resident Assistant for […]

Wimala Breen

Wimala Breen is the heart of our operations and serves as OGIP’s Assistant Director. As such, she oversees our registration processes and event planning. A native of Thailand, Wimala holds a Bachelor’s degree in Management Sciences from Prince of Songkla University. She immigrated to the United States in 2002. She joined OGIP in 2020 and […]

Kathryn Johnson

Kathryn has a breadth of legal experience, having served as an Assistant Counsel at MIT where she provided counseling and legal services on topics including contract review and negotiation, risk management, and legal compliance. Mostly recently, she worked as a Visiting Career Advisor in the Office of Graduate and International Programs at BU Law School. […]

John E. LaPlante

John LaPlante is OGIP’s trusted academic advisor, moot court coordinator and admissions lead.  John has an extensive background in legal practice, academia and international education.  He has lived and worked extensively abroad and is a loyal and talented advocate for our students. Having studied and worked outside of the United States, John appreciates both the […]

Claire Lee

Claire Lee is the Associate Director of Professional Development for the American Law, Banking and Finance, Intellectual Property and Tax LLM programs.  Prior to working at Boston University School of Law, Claire provided career and professional development advising to LLM, JD and international law students as the Assistant Director at Northeastern University School of Law. […]

Maureen T. Leo

Maureen Tracy Leo has a deep background in international legal education and teaching.  Prior to attending law school, Maureen enjoyed working in a variety of contexts from interning at the White House to working at a homeless shelter for women and children with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps. After graduating from law school, she clerked for […]