Hometown: Lebanon, NH
Education: B.A., Religion, Smith College ’10
Activities: Legal Follies; Health Law Association; freelance writing tutor and editor; volunteer charity liaison for St. Paul’s Church of White River Junction, VT and Ability Aid International India; Smith College Club of Boston
More about Dee: Before coming to law school, Dee worked as a Research Assistant, and then as a Research Coordinator, at Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth College. She graduated cum laude with a B.A. in Religion and Logic from Smith College in 2010. At Smith, Dee was involved in Smith Crew, her house council, and the Smith Fund. She studied abroad in India during both high school and college, where she conducted original research regarding social and religious practices among minority religious groups.
Dee’s interest in the law grew out of her work at Geisel School of Medicine, and out of her work with small businesses in the Upper Valley region of Vermont and New Hampshire, where she grew up. She is particularly interested (at the moment) in health law, research law, protection of human research subjects, disabilities rights, and business law.
In her free time, Dee enjoys spending time with her partner in New Hampshire, reading for pleasure, writing, training her dogs, social dancing, and outdoor sports such as cycling and hiking.