Andrew Lindsay – Editor-In-Chief
Andrew Lindsay joined Duke University School of Law in August 2018 as a Dean’s Scholar and Ruffa & Gallagher Scholar. Before joining Duke, Andrew worked at the Brennan Center at NYU Law School as a Research and Program Associate in the Liberty and National Security Program. In 2016, Andrew was the Emerging Fellow for justice issues with the Roosevelt Institute. He worked as a Research Associate with the Criminal Justice Policy Foundation and interned at Harvard Law School’s Charles Hamilton Houston Institute. In 2018, Andrew was named a John Woodruff Simpson Fellow in the study of law.
At Duke, Andrew is the Editor-In-Chief of the Duke Law & Technology Review and was a special staff editor of the Duke Journal on Gender and Law Policy, president of American Constitution Society, co-president of the Duke Law & Technology Society, and chief of staff of the Black Law Students Association. He was a Research Assistant for Kerry Abrams, Dean of the School of Law, Professor Trina Jones, and Professor Kate Evans, Director of the Immigrants’ Rights Clinic.
At Columbia Law School, Andrew was a Research Assistant for Adjunct Professor Frederick T. Davis, a retired partner at Debevoise & Plimpton LLP and former assistant U.S. attorney in the Southern District of New York.
During law school, Andrew was a student attorney in Duke’s Wrongful Convictions Clinic, Advanced Wrongful Convictions Clinic, Advanced Immigrants’ Rights Clinic, Immigrants’ Rights Clinic, and Amicus Lab. Andrew spent his 1L summer at White & Case LLP in the New York office. Following his 2L year, Andrew joined the summer associate programs at Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP and White & Case LLP in New York. Andrew will join Davis Polk as a law clerk upon his graduation from Duke Law.
At Amherst College, Andrew was a Mellon Fellow, Amherst Critical Theory Fellow, Truman Scholarship finalist, Rhodes Scholarship nominee, and in 2016, graduated cum laude in Law, Jurisprudence & Social Thought (LJST) and Political Science. Outlets like the New York Times and the Atlantic have featured his writing.
Jonathan Bass – Managing Editor
Jon Bass is a 3L from Boiling Springs, NC. He graduated from Princeton University in 2015 with a degree in History. Prior to law school, he worked for FiscalNote, a legal technology startup in Washington DC.
Jon spent his 1L summer working for Duke’s Startup Ventures Legal Clinic, and his 2L summer working at two law firms—Wilson Sonsini in Palo Alto, CA and Smith Anderson in Raleigh, NC.
After graduation, he plans to stay in North Carolina and go into private practice. As Managing Editor, Jon is responsible for all day-to-day operations for the Duke Law & Technology Review. When not in school, you can usually find Jon on a bicycle and/or out in the woods.
Andres Paciuc – Chief External Executive Editor
Andres Paciuc is a 3L from Mexico City and Denver. He graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles with a B.A. in Psychology and a minor in Global Studies. Before law school, he interned at various film, television, and marketing companies in creative and business roles and also worked at a psychobiology lab.
At Duke Law, Andres is the Chief External Executive Editor of the Duke Law & Technology Review, helping to choose external author submissions for publication. He is also the Co-Chair of the new Duke Law Innocence Project Podcast and does research for professors in the topics of corporate law, criminal justice, and intellectual property. He worked at FilmNation, a film, television, and podcast financing, production, and distribution company, his 1L summer as a legal intern. During his 2L summer, he worked as both a Summer Associate at Marshall Grant, PLLC and as a legal intern at ViacomCBS, where he spent his summer drafting all sorts of business development and technology contracts.
In his free time, Andres enjoys running, hiking, volunteering, and watching comedies.
Chase Hamilton – Senior Research Editor
Chase Hamilton is a 3L originally from Dallas, TX. Prior to law school, Chase graduated from UT Austin (Philosophy/Government) and started a speech and debate coaching business. During his first summer at Duke he worked as in-house counsel for Duke Corporate Education and Duke’s Office of General Counsel. This summer he worked for Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Dallas, where he will be returning upon graduation to work in the litigation practice group and, separately, on matters related to outer space development.
Other than his role as Senior Research Editor for the Duke Law & Technology Review, Chase is a Graduate Fellow for the Duke Center on Risk, co-founder and Project Manager for a year-long interdisciplinary study on the best laws for developing a human settlement on Mars, Executive Editor for the Alaska Law Review, Special Editor for the Duke Journal of Gender Law & Policy, and Member of the Moot Court Board. Chase is also a pledged member of Giving What We Can and longtime supporter of the effective altruism movement which advocates using evidence and reasoning to best help others.
Titus is a 3L from Kenova, West Virginia. He graduated from Columbia University in 2018 with a Bachelor of Arts in English and Political Science, matriculating to Duke Law soon thereafter. He spent his 1L summer serving with Legal Aid of North Carolina. He split his 2L summer between Lewis Thomason, P.C. in Nashville, Tennessee, and Balch & Bingham LLP in Birmingham, Alabama. After graduation, he intends to enter private practice working on corporate matters.
Luca Tomasi – Special Projects Editor
Luca Tomasi is a 3L from Chapel Hill, NC. He graduated from Duke University with a B.A. in Political Science in 2013. After college, he worked as a paralegal in the Derivatives and Structured Products practice at Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP in New York, NY and later as an analyst at Susquehanna International Group, LLP, a diversified financial services firm based near Philadelphia, PA. At Susquehanna, Luca was a member of the firm’s ETF Trading Group and Digital Currency Trading Group.
Outside the classroom at Duke Law, and apart from his involvement with the Duke Law and Technology Review, Luca has served as a Vice President of Duke’s Business Law Society and as a volunteer for various pro bono and community service organizations such as the Veterans’ Assistance Project and Table NC. He spent his 1L summer as a Law Clerk in the Duke University Office of Counsel and his 2L summer with the New York office of Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP, where he will return after graduation. In his free time, Luca enjoys spending time with his wife and dog, playing golf, running, reading, and watching sports.
Marquis J. Pullen – Technical Editor
Marquis Pullen is a 3L from Winston Salem, NC. Before law school, Marquis graduated from Princeton University with a Bachelors of Arts in Politics and from Wake Forest University with a Master of Science in Management and Accountancy. Also, Marquis worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers as a Senior Tax Associate in the Financial Services and Mergers & Acquisitions practice groups. Marquis spent his 1L summer at Moore & Van Allen, PLLC in the Charlotte, NC office. Following his 2L year, Marquis joined the summer associate program at Davis Polk & Wardwell, LLP in New York. Marquis will join Davis Polk as a corporate law clerk upon graduation from Duke Law.
In addition to being the Technical Editor for the Duke Law & Technology Review, Marquis is also a Senior Staff Editor for the Duke Journal of Constitutional Law & Public Policy, former Vice President of Finance for the First Generation Professionals (“1GP”) student group, and former Treasurer for the Law & Entrepreneurship Society (“LES”).
Carrie Yang – Content Editor
Yuna Choi – Content Editor
Yuna Choi is a 3L from Rochester, Minnesota. She graduated from Carleton College with a B.A. in Psychology. Prior to law school, she worked for two Boston area hospitals, conducting medical research (psychopathology and cardiovascular MRI) and coordinating the legal/contractual side of sharing patient data. She also spent several months at the San Francisco Zen Center, working in the kitchen and trying to up her spiritual practice. At Duke Law, Yuna has participated in the Innocence Project since her 1L year and is now a member of the podcast team. She spends her free time writing creatively, painting, cycling, and having various outdoor experiences. Yuna spent her 2L summer working remotely for Proskauer Rose’s Boston office.