WYCHE’S 2020 SUMMER ASSOCIATES
These students will be with us throughout the summer and we’re thrilled they’ve chosen to spend some time with us.
Join us in welcoming them.
Rachel Horton is a 2L at Duke University School of Law where she is involved in the Duke Law North Carolina Club, the Duke Law Innocence Project, the Women’s Law Student Association, the Business Law Society, and the Animal Legal Defense Fund. Rachel received her undergraduate degree from the College of Charleston, summa cum laude, and spent five years teaching in North Carolina high schools before attending law school.
Madison Guyton is a 2L at the University of South Carolina School of Law and is active on the Editorial Staff of the South Carolina Law Review. Madison graduated summa cum laude from Wofford College and has experience in humanitarian aid and outreach coordination.
Gabby Haddad is a 1L at Vanderbilt University School of Law where she is active on the Ambassadors Prospective Students Committee, the International Law Society, and the Alternative Dispute Resolution Organization. Gabby graduated summa cum laude from Furman University and was a former competitive Irish dancer.
Todd Truesdale is a 2L at the University of Virginal School of Law where he is active on the staff of the Journal of Law and Politics, co-captain of the Jessup International Moot Court where he was named Top 25 Oralist, 2019 Mid-Atlantic Region, and Vice-President of the J.B. Moore Society of International Law. Todd graduated from the Citadel and has spent time working for the South Carolina Attorney General, the Honorable Justice George C. James, Jr. and the United States Department of Defense. Todd’s hobbies include weightlifting, cinematography, and vocal performance.
Ben Saul is a 1L at the University of Virginia School of Law where he is a representative for Child Advocacy Research & Education and provides pro bono legal services for the JustChildren Program at the Legal Aid Justice Center. Ben received his Masters in Education from Harvard University where he was recognized as a Harry S. Truman Scholar and was active in the Student Council. He received his undergraduate degree from Furman University, summa cum laude. Ben has experience in the South Carolina public school system both as a teacher and public education partner.