Knox Law Welcomes Three Summer Associates

Posted on June 02, 2021

Knox Law is pleased to host three summer associates this year: Colleen Campbell, Boutros Imad and John (JP) Jarecki. Our summer associate program offers real-world experience for current law school students.

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Colleen is from Erie. In 2019, she graduated from Gettysburg College, earning a B.A. in both Economics and Public Policy, with a minor in Business. Colleen has completed her 2L year at Case Western Reserve University School of Law. She was recognized by Case Western as an Honors Fellow for Contract Law and was able to work as a Contracts teaching assistant in the fall semester. She was an associate editor on Case Western's Journal of Law, Technology, and the Internet, and was chosen to be the managing editor of the publication for the 2021-2022 school year. Colleen has also served on the executive board for the Women's Law Association at Case Western as the treasurer.  

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Boutros is originally from Byblos, Lebanon. In 2019, he graduated from Holy Spirit University of Kaslik in Jounieh, Lebanon where he received his LL.B. Degree in Lebanese Law, French Law and Comparative International Law. He was a summer intern at the Lebanese Parliament in Beirut and also spent an exchange semester in the United Kingdom, during which time he became interested in the U.S. legal system. He is now enrolled at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, having received his LL.M. Degree in U.S. Business and Entrepreneurial Law, Commercial Law, and Dispute Resolution in 2020, and he has completed his 2L year in the J.D. program.

During the summer of 2020 he worked as a judicial intern with Judge Lenihan of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania. At Pitt Law, he received the CALI Award for Torts, is President of the International Law Society, and is an Assistant Editor for JURIST Legal News and Commentary Service.

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JP is from Erie. In 2020, he graduated from Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, earning a B.A. in Political Science with a minor in English. He was the president of Student Government for two terms, Co-chair of the Student Activity and Student Facilities Fee Committees. He was a writing tutor for the Behrend Learning Resource Center. 

In the Spring and summer of 2019, JP was an intern at Erie Insurance in the Government Relations Department. He has completed his 1L year at University of Dayton School of Law where he is a Dean’s Fellow and serves as Secretary of the Student Bar Association.

For more information, please contact Sarah Holland.