The Team

St Andrews Law Review's Team works to craft weekly articles on interesting developments in the legal sector and key debates in law in order to foster constructive discussions on various pertinent issues.


It comprises of critical and thought-provoking individuals from a range of disciplines; from International Relations and Economics to Neuroscience and Psychology

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Founder & Editor-in-Chief

Siobhan Ali

Siobhan Ali is a Social Anthropology student at the University of St. Andrews. Interested in commercial law, she has previously interned at White & Case LLP and Allen & Overy and attended insight schemes with Linklaters LLP, DLA Piper and Cleary Gottleib Steen & Hamilton LLP. She also represents DLA Piper at the University of St Andrews as a Brand Manager and interns at the Principal's Office alongisde her studies. 

Meeting students at St Andrews, Siobhan realised that many of them are interested in law and legal affairs who desired access to a regular publication through which they could discuss their interest. She was therefore inspired to establish the Law Review in the hopes of fostering a community of dedicated and enthusiastic aspiring legal professionals.

She has written for a range of publications: The Lawyer Portal, The Saint, United Nations Association, The Tab, Culture Trip, and the Foreign Affairs Review.  You can read her other articles on her blog. 


In her spare time, Siobhan enjoys playing the piano and violin both as a soloist and as part of various ensembles. 

Editors

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Eleanore Hamilton

International Relations, University of St Andrews

Raised in northern California, Eleanore Hamilton spent much of her time growing up working to amplify the issues concerning youth and the underserved as a contributor for a local publication. Last summer, she worked as an intern with the National Judicial College, analysing research on access to justice during COVID-19. Interested in a career in law, and driven by her passion for criminal justice reform, Eleanore joined the St Andrews Law Review last year as a writer; this year, she is thrilled to use her experience as a writer to help inform her new position as an Editor. In addition to her work with the Review, Eleanore is the Director of Social Media for The Fellowship of St Andrews and hosts a monthly podcast.

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Erica Wilson

Geography, University of St Andrews

Erica Wilson is interested in a career in corporate law and is looking to develop her commercial awareness. Her previous experience includes voluntary roles, such as for the Citizen’s Advice Bureau and legal work shadowing with a major law firm. She has also worked in the hospitality sector. Beyond University academic life, she plays for the lacrosse club and enjoys running. As a Geography student, she is interested in environmental legislation and alternative energy sources, social justice and human rights issues. She is looking forward to being a part of this platform facilitating interdisciplinary legal discussions.

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Michael Tozzi

International Relations and Modern History, University of St Andrews

Michael Tozzi is an undergraduate student from New York. After writing for various student publications, he joined the Law Review as a writer in 2020 to focus on areas of interest such as constitutional law and transnational legal disputes. Michael is currently interning with Angelo Gordon's compliance department and is interested in pursuing a postgraduate degree in law. In his spare time, he enjoys reading, travel, and photography.

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Portia Inzone

Management and Philosophy, University of St Andrews

Portia Inzone is a second-year student at the University of St Andrews studying Management and Philosophy. Growing up in a family business, she has been exposed to the mechanics of business from a young age, which has inspired her interest in corporate law. 


As the Finance and Sponsorship Director’s Assistant at DONT WALK, St. Andrews and the UK’s largest student-run charity fashion show, Portia works at the intersection of fashion and finance. Portia also works remotely as a Marketing & Operations Intern at The Scribes, a mission-driven journal company based in New York City. 


In her free time, Portia likes to learn about wine, watch YouTube, and listen to Lady Gaga! She looks forward to another semester as an Editor for the Law Review.

Writers

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Abigail Mongeau

English and Medieval History, University of St Andrews

Abraham LeGrant 

Social Anthropology, University of St Andrews

Anna Davis Gaberman

Economics and International Relations, University of St Andrews

Anna Szekeres

International Relations, University of St Andrews

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Anne Lipsett

Management and Modern History, University of St Andrews

Anya Fonstein

Modern and Medieval History, University of St Andrews

Aria Ornes

International Relations and Management, University of St Andrews

Ava Rawson

Sustainable Development and Social Anthropology, University of St Andrews

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Blake Boehne

Management and Philosophy, University of St Andrews

Britt Gronemeyer

Modern History, University of St Andrews

Charles Gorrivan

Modern History and International Relations, University of St Andrews

Chloe Squires

PhD in International Relations, University of St Andrews

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Dasha McDonald

International Relations and Spanish, University of St Andrews

Frances Brown

Modern History and International Relations, University of St Andrews

Helen Garnett

Philosophy, University of St Andrews

Helen Innes 

International Relations and Art History, University of St Andrews

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Ilhan Alp Yilmaz

International Relations and Economics, University of St Andrews

Isla Martin

International Relations, University of St Andrews

James Lockamyeir

Masters in International Relations, Peacebuilding and Mediation, University of St. Andrews

Jasmin Sykes

Philosophy and Theology, University of St Andrews

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Jason Stewart

International Relations, University of St Andrews

Kate Chernitsky

International Relations and Psychology, University of St Andrews

Laura Lu 

Psychology, University of St Andrews

Martin Duffy 

Classics, University of St Andrews

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Marina Marshall Damji

International Relations, University of St Andrews

Molly Finn

International Relations and Art History, University of St Andrews 

Morven Stanforth

Modern History and Philosophy, University of St Andrews

Owen Jones

Ancient History and Archaeology, University of St Andrews

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Rachel Fairley

History, University of St Andrews

Rudra Sen

International Relations, University of St Andrews 

Tom Chalmers

LLB Law, University of Edinburgh 

Wilson Jones

Masters in Strategic Studies, University of St Andrews

Legal News Correspondents

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Claire Taylor

English and Modern History, University of St Andrews    

Irene Palomo Núñez

Masters in International Relations, University of St Andrews

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International Relations, University of St Andrews

Olivia Keany

Modern History and International Relations , University of St Andrews

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Rosalind Horrobin

International Relations and Russian, University of St Andrews

Sarah Garde

International Relations and Modern History, University of St Andrews

Victoria Martin Veneti

Psychology, University of St Andrews