Jocelyn Frawley: Managing Editor
Jocelyn Frawley is a part-time evening student in her fourth and final year and a Managing Editor for the UMass Law Review. Jocelyn moved to Massachusetts five and a half years ago after competing her Master’s Degree in Psychology from the University of Arizona. She accepted a position as the newly created Equal Opportunity/Title IX Investigator at Bridgewater State University handling allegations of discrimination, harassment, sexual violence, relationship violence, and stalking. Jocelyn is currently the Director of Equal Opportunity/Title IX Coordinator at Bridgewater State University and is proud to protect the civil rights of the campus community members.
Jocelyn is a Public Interest Law Fellow and selected the University of Massachusetts School of Law for its dedication to public service. Jocelyn has been the Teaching Assistant for Legal Skills I and II for Professor Baker and Professor Rice and for Professor Connelly’s Criminal Law course. She was also a research assistant to Professor Dunlap on her article on faculty responsible employees under Title IX. Jocelyn will serve as a judicial intern to the Honorable Justice Cypher of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court in her final semester.
After graduation, Jocelyn plans to build a career in public interest law and continue advocating for the rights of others.