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Co-op 1

Massachusetts Superior Court, Boston

This co-op gave Jay the chance to see how lawyers interact with judges and how the legal system works in this country.


  • Asian Pacific American Law Student Association


Poverty Law and Practice

Jay represented a client and was ultimately successful in helping that client secure unemployment benefits.

Co-op 2

Jazz at Lincoln Center, New York City

Jay worked with a small in-house legal department on everything from employee issues to artist contracts to music copyright issues.


  • Law and Literature
  • Immigration Law
  • Tax Law
  • Negotiations
  • International Law

Co-ops 3 & 4

Goulston & Storrs, Boston

Jay’s co-op with a large firm — in their corporate practice group — shifted his interest toward corporate law. 

After graduation

  • Associate, Goulston & Storrs, Boston
  • Attorney, Axiom Pharmaceutical Corporation, Boston


Vice President and Counsel, State Street Corporation, Boston


A corporate attorney who sees the big picture.