Ward Greenberg Welcomes Four Summer Associates

Ward Greenberg is pleased to welcome four law school students to the firm for the summer. Haylei John, Christine Naassana, and Morgan Schlossel are located in the Rochester office. Khalil Williams joins the Philadelphia office.

Haylei John

Haylei John received her Bachelor of Arts in International Studies and Spanish from St. Bonaventure University in 2018. During her first year at Cornell Law School, she was involved with the Native American Law Student Association and the American Constitution Society. Haylei previously interned with Columbia University. As an undergraduate student, she served as President of the Student Government Association and received The Ideal Bonaventure Woman Award.

Christine Naassana

Christine Naassana is a rising third-year law student at the University at Buffalo School of Law. Previously, Christine was a judicial intern for the Honorable Julio M. Fuentes of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. Before law school, she worked as a second-grade teacher by way of Teach for America, and received her bachelor's degree in Political Science and French from the University at Buffalo. As a law student, Christine is an Executive Publications Editor of the Buffalo Law Review, and will be a Writing Fellow to a first-year legal writing class.  

Morgan Schlossel

Morgan Schlossel will graduate from the University at Buffalo School of Law in 2020. During her time at law school, Morgan has served as an Associate for the Buffalo Law Review and the Buffalo Environmental Law Journal. She attended the State University of New York College at Geneseo, receiving her bachelor’s degree in Geological and Earth Sciences in 2015. Morgan previously worked as a Law Clerk for the Mental Hygiene Legal Service, Appellate Division, Fourth Department.  

Khalil Williams

Khalil Williams received his Bachelor of Science in Business Management and Legal Studies from Nazareth College of Rochester in 2018. Before starting law school at the University at Buffalo, Khalil was a Fellow with the New York State Legal Education Opportunity Program. As an undergraduate student, he was a member of Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society and served as an intern for the New York State Office of the Attorney General, Consumer Frauds and Protection Bureau.