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Olivia Filbrandt, Class of 2017
Olivia is a third year law student and President of the King Hall Negotiations Team. At King Hall, she is the Co-Chair of the Wine Law Society, active in the Environmental Law Society, and a member of the Trial Practice Honors Board as well as a research assistant to Professor Lisa Pruitt. Prior to law school, Olivia interned in Washington, DC for US Senator Barbara Boxer, in Madrid for an NGO specializing in children's educational opportunities, and, more locally, for the U.S. district court in San Jose. She also volunteered as a domestic violence hotline counselor and a YMCA youth mentor. In her spare time she enjoys drinking wine and sending mail.
Trevor Fehr, Class of 2017
Trevor is a third year law student and Vice President the King Hall Negotiations Team. He is also Chair of the King Hall Legal Foundation and a member of the Moot Court Honors Board. As a 1L Trevor was a finalist in the King Hall 1L Negotiations Competition and a winner of the King Hall Intraschool Negotiations Competition. As a 2L, he competed in the Regional and National American Bar Association Negotiations Competition. He and his partner Katie Rogers placed 5th in the County. Trevor enjoys cooking, baking, and watching Giants baseball.
Katie Rogers, Class of 2017
Director of Administrative Affairs
Katie is a third year law student and Director of Administrative Affairs for the King Hall Negotiations Team. She is also an Editor on the UC Davis Law Review and President of the Humanitarian Aid Legal Organization (HALO). As a 1L Katie was a finalist in the King Hall 1L Negotiations Competition and a winner of the King Hall Intraschool Negotiations Competition. As a 2L, she competed in the Regional and National American Bar Association Negotiations Competition. She and her partner Trevor Fehr placed 5th in the County. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, a glass of wine, and taking too many pictures of both her adorable dog and cat.
Adam Brownrout, Class of 2018
Adam is a second year law student and the Treasurer of the King Hall Negotiations Team. At King Hall he is involved with the Entertainment and Sports Law Society and the Journal of International Law and Policy. Prior to law school, he held multiple internship positions within politics, including a position with Congresswoman Lynn Woolsey in Washington D.C. He also worked at a financial consulting company in Washington D.C for three years after undergrad. In Adam’s spare time he trains as a competitive long distance runner and cooking ambitious meals with his soon-to-be wife.
Kate Holding, Class of 2017
External Competitions Chair
Kate is a third year law student serving as the External Competitions Chair for KHNT. She was a semifinalist at the 2016 ABA Client Counseling Competition. Before law school, Kate worked for two nonprofits in New York City, then for a startup in San Francisco. She hopes to work in business law after graduating from King Hall.
Moji Majikodunmi, Class of 2018
Internal Competitions Co-Chair
Bianca Rodriquez, Class of 2018
Internal Competitions Co-Chair
Bianca is a second year law student serving as Internal Competitions Chair. She was a finalist in the 2015 1L Intraschool Competition and also competed in the 2016 Intraschool Competition. Prior to law school, Bianca was a student of the ILR School at Cornell University. While at the ILR School, she lived abroad to survey and report on the labor relations and human resource practices of several multinational corporations, including Facebook Dublin and Coca-Cola Beijing. She also served as an Intern for Congressman Mac Thornberry in D.C. In her spare time, Bianca enjoys weightlifting and playing chess.
Khushi Desai, Class of 2017
Elaine Owen, Class of 2017
Elaine is a third year law student who has been the negotiations team's marketing director for the past two years. In her first year of law school Elaine, along with her partner Matt, won the Intraschool Competition. Elaine and Matt went on to compete in the ABA Meditation Competition during their 2L year. During her second year of law school, Elaine worked for the Department of Public Health’s Office of Legal Services as an intern and competed on the mock trial team. She is a Moot Court Honors Board Member and 3L Class Representative for the Law Student Association. Prior to law school, Elaine worked at a biotech company in Silicon Valley selling virtual cadavers. She has a hard science background and a degree in Public Health from UC Berkeley. In her free time she does improvisational comedy and blues dancing.
John Miller, Class of 2017