News and Notes from Sloane and Walsh

Introducing our 2021 Summer Law Clerks

Mary Levine

Mary Levine

Suffolk University Law School ‘22

Merrimack College ‘19

I’ve been lucky to connect with so many fantastic attorneys at Sloane and Walsh who have all given me a range of assignments in varying practice areas. I’ve particularly enjoyed how frequently law clerks are given the opportunity to write substantive work, such as dispositive motions, demand letters, and inter-office memorandums.

AnnaMarie  DiaPaul

AnnaMarie DiaPaul

New England Law I Boston ‘23

Daemen College ‘19

I am a second-year law student at New England Law | Boston. I have really enjoyed my time clerking at Sloane and Walsh and have gained valuable practical experience. The attorneys have given me the opportunity to work on a variety of assignments such as drafting legal documents, conducting legal research, and working through the discovery process.

Alexa Sullivan

Alexa Sullivan

Suffolk University Law School ‘23

Loyola Maryland University ‘18

My name is Alexa Sullivan and I am a rising 2L at Suffolk Law. This summer has been a very rewarding experience and I have been exposed to multiple areas such as insurance law, subrogation, and medical malpractice. The attorneys have allowed me the opportunity to work on a wide variety of tasks including discovery assignments, drafting memoranda and summary judgment motions, as well as sitting in on depositions with actual clients.

Robert Welsh

Robert Welsh

Boston College Law School ‘23

College of the Holy Cross ‘20

Being a summer law clerk at Sloane and Walsh LLP has introduced me to the organizational ability and professionalism that is required of a first-year associate. Sloane and Walsh gives summer law clerks a unique opportunity to gain hands-on, practical legal experience in drafting motions, drafting other litigation documents, and conducting substantive research in a variety of legal areas. This kind of freedom for summer law clerks to engage in the real-time litigation process has been extremely rewarding, and, as far as I can tell, is unheard of at many other law firms in Boston.

Sam Cote

Sam Cote

Suffolk University Law School ‘22

University of Vermont ‘15

I am a rising 3L at Suffolk University Law School and the Content Editor of Suffolk Law Review. My favorite aspect of my summer clerkship at Sloane and Walsh, LLP is practicing such a wide variety of cases at various stages of litigation and conflict resolution. The work always offers something new, and even if it was a practice area I was not well versed in, there was someone here to offer guidance and expertise.

Hayley Johnston

Hayley Johnston

Roger Williams University School of Law ‘23

Roger Williams University ‘14

My name is Hayley Johnston, I am entering my second year at Roger Williams University School of Law. I have really enjoyed using my legal research and writing skills to assist my mentors on cases and being able to build on those skills with this new experience. The knowledge I have acquired in the field of civil litigation within the past month at Sloane & Walsh is invaluable.