Laura Trevino: Lead Editor
Laura Trevino ’21 is a 3L student and a Lead Articles Editor of the UMass Law Review. Prior to law school, she majored in psychology at Excelsior College. Laura worked as a licensed insurance agent in Alaska for 11 years before serving three years in the U.S. Army, where she discovered her love of the law. Laura loves volunteering her time and contributing to local food banks and Christmas charities.
In addition to attending law school, Laura has completed summer internships with the U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General Corps at Naval Station Newport in 2019 and the Appellate Division of the Mental Health Litigation Department with the Committee for Public Counsel Services in 2020. As a member of the UMass Law Review, Laura’s independent scholarly work has focused on Mental Health law, more specifically the civil rights of those deemed incompetent.
Upon graduating, Laura has accepted a position with the Honors Program with the IRS Office of Chief Counsel, Small Business/Self Employment division in Oklahoma City.
Laura is currently settling into a new home in Oklahoma with her 13-year-old son and best friend, Nicholas, and their four dogs.
Laura has also written about the due process requirements of children in private residential treatment centers. Click here to learn more.