2019-2020

President
Moses Y. Bension ’20

Vice President
John Montgomery ’20

Vice President for Membership
Thomas Mehlich ’21

Vice President for Social Affairs
Michael Brown ’20

Vice President for Communications
Bradford Feimer ’20

Treasurer
Annie S. Antos ’21

Secretary
Matthew Knych ’21

 

Moses Y. Bension
Moses is from Brookline, Massachusetts and earned his B.A. in English from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, where he also rowed crew. After UMass, he served as a United States Army officer and was part of the coalition that liberated Mosul from ISIS. At Suffolk Law, he is a member of the Student Law Veterans Association and the Ski and Snowboard Club. He spent his 1L summer as a judicial intern for the Honorable Judge Serge Georges, who is also an associate professor here at Suffolk Law. He spent his 2L summer at the U.S. International Trade Commission in Washington, D.C. Outside of law school, Moses is still a competitive rower and raced in the championship lightweight singles event at the 2018 Head of the Charles Regatta.

John Montgomery
John is from Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania. He earned a B.A. in Crime Law and Justice from the Pennsylvania State University and a Master of Public Policy degree from Northeastern University. After graduate school, he worked for the City of Boston’s Public Health Department and the AIDS Action Committee in Cambridge. At Suffolk Law, John is a staff member of the Journal of High Technology Law. Since the summer, he has clerked for the general counsel of the Mass. Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS). He currently interns for the Honorable Justice Sabita Singh of the Massachusetts Appeals Court. Outside of law school, John is an avid golfer and runner. He completed the 2016 Boston Marathon in under 4 hours.

Thomas Mehlich
Tom is from Wilbraham, Massachusetts.  He earned his B.S. in History as an undergrad at Suffolk, where he also played hockey and was a member of College Republicans. At Suffolk Law, he plays for the law school’s hockey team and is also a staff member on the Journal of Health and Biomedical Law. He spent his 1L summer as a judicial intern for the Honorable Judge Christopher P. LoConto at the Fitchburg District Court. Outside of law school, Tom enjoys skiing trips in the Berkshires.

Bradford Feimer
Brad is from Cleveland, Ohio and earned his B.A. in English from The Ohio State University, where he was also a varsity athlete. At Suffolk Law, he is part of the “Accelerator to Practice” and a senior staff member of the Transnational Law Review. He is also Vice President of the law school’s softball team. Brad, a licensed real estate agent, spent his 1L summer at a small real estate firm and has interned for a commercial litigation firm throughout his 2L year. He spent his 2L summer in the Private Client Group at Rimón Law. During his free time, Brad is an avid sailor and enjoys tacking a mainsail on the Charles.

Michael Brown
Mike is from Canton, Massachusetts and earned his B.A. in Political Science from the College of Charleston, where he was vice president of his fraternity. At Suffolk Law, he is president of the Sports and Entertainment Law Association and the law school’s hockey team. He spent his 1L summer at Turk & Quijano working on cases for the country’s largest commercial and residential property owners. He spent his 2L summer studying comparative law at the National University of Ireland Law School at Galway and working on data privacy actions and commercial sales transactions for the general counsel’s office at Galway-based Bio-Medical Research, Ltd. Outside of law school, Mike enjoys playing hockey and is an avid golfer and competitive cyclist. He has completed the Pan-Mass Challenge five times, raising $35,000 for the Dana-Farber Foundation.

Annie S. Antos
Annie is from Atlanta, Georgia. She earned her B.A. in Political Science from the University of Georgia. After UGA, she enrolled in Emory University’s paralegal program, earning her certificate while working at Cozen O’Connor in Atlanta. At Suffolk Law, she is an active member of the Business Law Association and is a staff member of the Transnational Law Review. She spent her 1L summer at Louison, Costello, Condon & Pfaff. Outside of law school, she enjoys exercising and spending time outdoors with her dog, Heidi.

Matthew Knych
Matt is from Lincoln, Rhode Island and earned his B.A. in Political Science, a B.S.B.A. in Accounting, and an M.S. in Tax from Bryant University, where he also pitched on the baseball team. After college, he enrolled at Suffolk Law School as an accelerated 3-year JD/MBA candidate. At Suffolk Law, he is a member of the Business Law Association and Ski & Snowboard Club. He spent his 1L summer as a judicial intern for the Honorable Judge Brian J. Dunn. Outside of law school, Matt practices yoga and rides his motorcycle.