Academic Success Fellows

Spring 2021

Office hours begin week 2 and are held via Zoom. Please contact your Academic Success Fellow for the link.

Section A

Course Professor Fellow Office Hours
Constitutional Law Rappaport Strider Kachelein Th: 5:30pm-7:30pm
Contracts Claus Allison Washburn T: 5pm-7pm
Property Wiggins Denise Carrillo M: 3:15pm-5:15pm

Section B

Course Professor Fellow Office Hours
Constitutional Law Ramsey Madison Standon M: 4pm-5pm/Th: 1pm-2pm
Contracts Barry  Anna Moradian T/TH: 8:30am-9:30am
Property Bell  Christy Goudmanis M/W: 8:30am-9:30am

Section C

Course Professor Fellow Office Hours
Constitutional Law Schwarzschild Kimberly Ferrari W: 10:30am-12:30pm
Contracts D. McGowan Lily Purqurian M: 7pm-9pm
Property Hirsch  Alberto Corona M:10am-12pm

Section E

Course Professor Fellow Additional Office Hour for Part-Time Students
Contracts D. McGowan Lily Purqurian 1/29/21; 2/12/21; 3/12; 4/9/21 from 5-6pm 
Property Wiggins Denise Carrillo 1/28/21; 2/11/21, 3/11/21, 4/8/21 from 7:45pm-8:45pm

 

Additional hours for part-time students available by appointment and/or questions answered via email.

Denise Carrillo

Denise Carrillo

Section A/E
Professor Wiggins - Property 

Denise Carrillo is a second-year law student originally from Mexico, but she has been in San Diego for 13 years now. During the summer, she worked at the public defender's office, and at the education and disability Clinic during the Fall semester. She will be working for the Family Law Facilitator’s office at the San Diego Superior Court during the Spring semester. Denise serves on the board of La Raza, First Generation Legal Professionals, and she does work pro-bono for RYAA. She is a member of the Journal of Climate and Energy Law and will participate in this year’s regional Client Advocacy Team (CAT) competition. Before law school, Denise was an Instruction Health Care Assistant in San Diego, CA. She received her undergraduate degree in communication studies from San Diego State University.


Alberto Corona

Alberto Corona

Section C
Professor Hirsch - Property

Alberto is a third-year law student from Chula Vista, CA.  He earned his undergraduate degree in Chemistry from Harvard University, where he was also a teaching fellow for several chemistry courses. Alberto was a Summer Associate at DLA Piper after both his 1L and 2L years, andplans to join the firm after graduating.  He was previously a fellow for Civil Procedure with Professor Shawn Miller and for Property with Professor Chris Wonnell.  While in law school, Alberto has externed the Hon. Thomas J. Whelan at the United States District Court for the Southern District of California, and with San Diego Coastkeeper.  He is the President of USD's IPLA, a comment editor for the San Diego Law Review, and is also involved with Moot Court, La Raza, and the Environmental Law Society. 


Kimberly FerrariKim Ferrari

Section C
Professor Schwarzschild - Constitutional Law

Kim Ferrari is a third-year law student who grew up in San Diego. She received a BA in Political Economy and Environmental Studies from Tulane University and a Master of Sustainable Real Estate Development from Tulane University. Prior to law school, Kim worked at a community bank and later as a paralegal in New Orleans. Kim is interested in real estate and land use law and will be joining Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher in Orange County as a first-year associate after graduation


Christy GoudmanisC. Goudmanis

Section B
Professor Bell - Property

Christy is a second-year law student from San Diego, CA. She completed her undergraduate degree in Biomedical Engineering at Arizona State University. She is interested in Intellectual Property law (more specifically Patent Law). Over the summer, Christy was supposed to be a summer associate at Knobbe Martens, but unfortunately due to COVID it was cancelled. However, she is excited to return this summer. At USD, Christy is a member of the San Diego International Law Journal, IPLA, and Woman’s Law Caucus. In her free time, she enjoys hanging out with friends, going to the beach, and working out.


Strider KacheleinStrider Kachelein

Section A
Professor Rappaport - Constitutional Law

Strider is a 3L from Oregon. He graduated from Vassar College and worked as a public school teacher and ballet instructor before entering law school. During the past two summers, Strider worked for the Mississippi-Alabama Seagrant Consortium as a researcher and for the US District Court for the Southern District of California as a legal extern. On campus, he is currently involved in the Environmental Law Society and the Public Interest Law Foundation.

 


Anna Moradian New Document

Section B
Professor Barry- Contracts

Anna Moradian graduated from UCLA with honors as a Political Science Major. As a current third-year law student, she is passionate about criminal justice and teaching. Anna has spent her legal education working at the San Diego Public Defenders Office and clerking for Judge Lofton at the Stanley Most Courthouse. Anna was also previously an academic success fellow and a research assistant to Professor Ursin. Shortly after graduating, Anna plans to post-bar at the Orange County Public Defenders. During her free time, Anna enjoys reading and going on long walks with her dog.


Lily Purqurian

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Section C/E
Professor D. McGowan - Contracts

Lily returned home to San Diego for law school after studying at Boston University and Sciences Po in Paris. She is currently externing for Judge Schopler with the Southern District of California and will be working on transactional IP work with Sanford-Burnham Prebys this Fall. She is a member of the San Diego Law Review, Moot Court, and VICAM and serves as the Treasurer for the Middle Eastern Law Students Association. Previously, she worked for Quinn Emanuel.

 


Madison Standon Madison Standon

Section B
Professor Ramsey - Constitutional Law

Madison is a 3L who is working on two concentrations (Civil Litigations & Business/Corporate Law). She graduated from San Francisco State University Cum Laude with a degree in Political Science and an emphasis in Public Law. Madison interned with the Navy JAG Corps in the Prosecutor's Office, the Honorable Barbara L. Major in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California, and National City’s Office of the City Attorney. Madison found a passion for Constitutional Law as a senior in high school and has studied it ever since. Finally, she hopes to find a fulfilling career working in the public sector as a litigating attorney. 

 


Allison Washburn

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Section A
Professor Claus - Contracts

Allison is a second year law student from Bristow, VA. She graduated with her B.S. in Criminal Justice from Liberty University. This summer Allison worked at the USD Women’s Legal Clinic. She will continue working at the clinic this Fall as a Certified Law Student, making appearances in Family Court and Probate Court. In her free time, Allison enjoys going to the beach with her dog Charlie.