(l-r) Carleigh Doyle, Samantha Cross, Amy Kindlon, Matthew Clarke.

(Springfield, MA) The law firm of Pellegrini, Seeley, Ryan and Blakesley announced the addition of Matthew Clarke, Samantha Cross, Carleigh Doyle, and Amy Kindlon to their Summer Law Clerk Program.

“Each summer we are excited to welcome students from Western New England University School of Law to be a part of our firm,” said Law Clerk Coordinator and Attorney Sondra Santanelli.   “We are proud to offer real world experience and the ability to mentor to these talented individuals. In return, they bring a vitality and passion to their time here at PSRB,” she added.

Matthew Clarke of Agawam, MA received his B.A. in philosophy from the University of MA at Amherst. Matt is entering his 2nd year at WNEU School of Law and has a broad interest in many facets of the legal profession.

Samantha Cross of West Springfield, MA, earned her B.A. at Assumption College where she studied Political Science and Philosophy.  Entering her 3rd year at WNEU School of Law, she is the Vice President of the Christian Legal Society and is planning on practicing personal injury law after graduation.

Carleigh Doyle, of South Windsor CT, graduated from the University of Connecticut with a B.A. in Political Science.  Entering her 2nd year at WNEU School of Law, she is interested in  medical malpractice and entertainment law, and hopes to practice in the southern US and eventually open her own firm.

Amy Kindlon, of Albany, NY, graduated from SUNY Brockport cum laude, with a degree in political science and sociology. Entering her 2nd year at WNEU School of Law, she is interested in medical malpractice, entertainment law, sports law, and hopes to practice law in Chicago and become a judge in the future.

Pellegrini, Seeley, Ryan & Blakesley is a law firm of more than fifteen lawyers who have devoted their practice to protecting the rights of injured persons for over 60 years.

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