Originally from Dillsburg, Pennsylvania, Mary Brigh is currently a 3L student in the dual Juris Doctor/Master of Public Policy degree program. This past summer she was a 2019 Rappaport Law and Public Policy Fellow and interned for the Massachusetts Caucus of Women Legislators. In the summer of 2018, she worked for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Governor’s Office of General Counsel in the Department of Health.
Mary Brigh is passionate about tackling women’s issues and advocating for women’s rights. As a member of UMass Law Review, Mary Brigh has focused her research on reformed nondisclosure agreements and how states can pass NDA legislation in light of the #MeToo Movement. In addition to Law Review, she is a member of the National Moot Court Team awarded Best 2018 Regional Brief, an Evidence teaching assistant, and assistant to the Dean of the Public Interest Law Program.
Mary Brigh plans to stay in Massachusetts upon graduation and work in government relations.