Lillie is a JD/MBA student and a Managing Editor of the UMass Law Review. She also serves as a Teaching Assistant for Professor Freeley’s Legal Skills class as well as the Vice President of UMass Law’s Student Animal Legal Defense Fund.
Prior to attending law school, Lillie received a B.A.in International Relations from the University of Rochester. She then worked as a litigation paralegal at Law Offices of PIP Collect in Salem, Massachusetts, for two years. After completing her first year of law school, Lillie worked for UMass Law’s COVID-19 Clinic assisting small business owners with challenges brought on by the pandemic. Lillie switched gears after her second year of law school and worked with every aspect of the Freedom of Information Act as a summer law intern for the Department of Justice’s Office of Information Policy. Lillie lives in Fairhaven, Massachusetts, and she is always reading a novel in addition to her required legal reading.