Shareefah Taylor: Managing Editor
Shareefah Taylor ’21 is a 3L student and a Managing Editor for the UMass Law Review. She is also a student assistant to UMass Law’s Director of Public Interest Law Programs, Assistant Dean John Quinn. In addition to attending law school, Shareefah is currently interning with the Worcester County District Attorney’s Office. She has also served as a judicial intern to the Hon. Justice Cypher of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court and as an intern to the UMass General Counsel’s Office.
Shareefah graduated with a BS in Psychology from Haverford College. After graduating college, she became a client services coordinator/case manager for disaster recovery with AmeriCorps, and also worked for the Department of Social Services in Charlotte, North Carolina. Working in roles that focused on social services and programs for underserved and in-need communities incentivized Shareefah to attend law school to become a change-agent to better help vulnerable communities.
See a UMass Law Feature story on Shareefah here: https://www.umassd.edu/law/features/shareefah-taylor-profile.html