Knox Law Hosts Four Summer Associates
Knox Law is pleased to host four summer associates this year: Colleen Campbell, Calvin Freas, Charles Gallmeyer and Philip Hall. Our summer associate program offers real-world experience for current law school students.
Colleen is originally from Erie. In 2018, she graduated from Gettysburg College, earning a B.A. in both Economics and Public Policy, with a minor in Business. She was the Co-President of the Pre-Law Club, President of the Gettysburg College Economic Research Club and Captain of the Varsity Women’s Cross-Country and Track and Field teams. Last summer, she interned with the Erie Regional Chamber and Growth Partnership and she also worked as an intern at Knox Law during a previous summer. She is currently a 1L at Case Western Reserve University School of Law.
Calvin is originally from Ohio, but later moved to Dallas, Texas. In 2016, he graduated from Patrick Henry College with a B.A. in Government. In 2018, he graduated from the Daniel Morgan Graduate School of National Security, where he earned an M.A. in National Security. Calvin is currently a 2L at Case Western Reserve University School of Law (CWRU Law), where he also serves as a Summer Instructor for the LLM program and as Treasurer for the Student Bar Association. He has earned a CALI Award in Criminal Procedure as well as the Real Property Section Scholarship Award from the Ohio State Bar Association. He will serve as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Law, Technology & the Internet at CWRU Law this upcoming year.
Charles is originally from Grand Rapids, Michigan. In 2012, he graduated from the University of Michigan with a B.A. in Political Science and minor in Applied Statistics. After graduation, Charles worked for six years at the University of Michigan in its Office of University Development. He is currently a 2L at University of Pittsburgh School of Law. At Pitt, Charles earned a Dean’s Scholarship and the 2019 JURIST Wohlmuth Award. He has been an Associate Editor of the Pittsburgh Tax Review and was recently chosen to be Editor-in-Chief for 2020-2021.
Philip grew up in Gilbert, Arizona and now lives in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. He graduated cum laude from Mercer University, where he majored in Music and double-minored in Political Science and Women's and Gender Studies. He is now a rising 3L at Penn State's Dickinson School of Law. Phillip received a CALI Award for Legal Argument & Factual Persuasion and the #1 Best Defense Advocate Award in Dickinson Law's Intraschool Mock Trial Competition. He serves as an Associate Editor of "Jus Gentium: The Journal of International Legal History" and is also a member of the Dickinson Law Moot Court Board. During law school, Philip has served as a Judicial Intern to Chief Judge Christopher C. Conner and Judge Yvette Kane of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania.
Before law school, Philip was an accomplished classical musician. He performed throughout the United States—including at Carnegie Hall—as well as in Canada and Italy. As a member of the MCS Ensemble, he recorded a crossover album on the Orange Mountain Music label with Mike Mills of the band R.E.M. The Wall Street Journal hailed the album as an “impeccably polished” performance.
For more information, please contact Sarah Holland.