Lisa Raimondi: Articles Editor
Lisa Raimondi ’21 is a 3L student and the Executive Articles Editor of the UMass Law Review. She is also a 3L representative for the Student Bar Association. Prior to law school, she majored in international relations at Boston University and minored in theatre to keep things interesting. After university, Lisa ventured into various odd jobs and professions to find the right fit, eventually working as an assistant manager of a wonderful doggie daycare facility when she decided her calling was to become a lawyer—the first in her family. In addition to attending law school, Lisa works as an instructional assistant for the legal research and writing course at UMass Law taught by Professor Julie Baker. She is also a Dukakis Fellowship Award recipient and currently works as an intern with the Rhode Island Attorney General’s Office.
Upon graduating, Lisa hopes to work either as a clerk for the federal court or Rhode Island court system and eventually pursue a career in government or appellate litigation.
Lisa currently lives in Portsmouth, Rhode Island with her beloved niece Skylar, a 7-year-old judge-in-training, often seen skipping the halls of UMass Law; her elderly yorkie, Chico; and her curvaceous cat, Luna.