Our People

Keegan N. Trofatter – Editor-In-Chief

Keegan Trofatter is a 3L from Greenville, South Carolina. She graduated magna cum laude from Duke University in 2019 with a B.A. in English, a minor in Creative Writing, and a certificate in Markets & Management Studies. 

Keegan is actively involved in the Business Law Society and If/When/How: Lawyering for Reproductive Justice. She also served as a student attorney for the Duke Civil Justice Clinic, helping Durham locals with housing and domestic violence claims. 

Keegan spent her 1L summer working as a summer associate at Wyche, P.A. in Greenville, SC and her 2L summer at Cooley LLP in New York City. After graduation, Keegan plans to return to Cooley and work with emerging companies and technology start-ups. 

In her free time, Keegan enjoys baking, hot yoga, and cheering on the Blue Devils at basketball games. Go Duke!

Logan Boyle – Managing Editor

Logan Boyle is a 3L from Crescent Springs, KY – a nearby suburb of Cincinnati, OH. He graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 2020, where he majored in Neuroscience & Behavior and Economics. At Duke Law, he is also a member of the Duke Environmental Law & Policy Forum. During his 1L summer, Logan worked for an AI collective called the Atticus Project with the goal of helping to facilitate the automation of contract review. For his 2L summer, he worked for Taft, Stettinius & Hollister in Cincinnati, OH, where he will return after graduation.

In his free time, Logan enjoys watching sports, playing video games, and playing trivia with friends.

Andrew Stewart – Internal Chief Executive Editor

Andrew Stewart is a 3L from Florence, Kentucky. He graduated from the University of Louisville in 2018 with degrees in Biology, Chemistry, and Mathematics. Between undergrad and law school, he spent two years working in the clinical laboratory at University of Cincinnati Medical Center. He is interested in pursuing a career in patent litigation and has worked as a research assistant for Professor Arti Rai. Last summer, he worked in Rothwell Figg’s DC office, where he plans on returning after graduation.

Courtney Scoufis – External Chief Executive Editor

Courtney Scoufis is a 3L from Fort Myers, Florida. She graduated from Duke University with a B.A. in Public Policy and a minor in Markets and Management. Prior to law school, Courtney worked as a Senior Business Analyst at Capital One in McLean, Virginia. In addition to her involvement with DLTR, Courtney served as a President of the Business Law Society during her 2L year.
Courtney spent her 1L summer at the Enforcement Division of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in New York City. She spent her 2L summer at Simpson, Thacher & Bartlett in New York City. Courtney has accepted an offer to work for Simpson Thacher following graduation from law school. In her free time, Courtney enjoys traveling, trying new restaurants, and attending Duke Basketball games.

Ashley DaBiere – Senior Research Editor

Ashley DaBiere is a 3L from Upstate New York. She graduated from Cornell University in 2019 with a degree in biological sciences and a concentration in neurobiology. During college, she studied growth patterns of neurons as a research assistant, shadowed orthopedic surgeons in the operating room, and was a mentor for Big Brothers Big Sisters.
At Duke Law, Ashley spent her first summer interning in-house at Catalent Pharma Solutions. During her second summer, she worked in New York at Desmarais, LLP, a patent litigation firm, where she plans to return after graduation. In addition to being a Senior Research Editor for DLTR, she is also an Executive Editor for the Duke Journal of Constitutional Law & Public Policy and a member of the Duke Health Justice Clinic.
In her free time, Ashley enjoys traveling, reading books about space, and spending time with her fiance, family, friends, and dog, Saint.

Daniel Clark – Senior Research Editor

Daniel Clark is a 3L from Brookhaven, Mississippi. He graduated from Washington and Lee University with a B.S. in Physics and a B.A. in Religious Studies.

He is also a Lead Editor with the Alaska Law Review. Daniel enjoys movies, writing, and his dog Gus.


Mark Scalzo – Special Projects Editor

Mark Scalzo is a 3L from Wethersfield, CT with a B.E. in Biomedical Engineering and M.A. in Technology, Policy, and Ethics. At Duke Law, he is also the Notes Editor for the Law & Contemporary Problems journal, former Executive VP of the Federalist Society, and current member of the Health Law Society, Christian Legal Society, Duke Law & Technology Society, and First Generation Professionals.

Two summers ago, Mark worked at the Pacific Legal Foundation and assisted Prof. David Hoffman with research on federal data privacy legislation. Last summer, he worked at Jones Day in Washington, D.C. After law school, he will clerk for Judge Gerald B. Tjoflat on the Eleventh Circuit in Jacksonville, FL.

Mark enjoys playing volleyball, watching sports (big Yankees fan), listening to podcasts, and working out in his free time.

Karli Helm – Technical Editor

Karli Helm is a 3L from Orlando, FL. She graduated from the University of Florida with a B.S./M.S. in microbiology and cell science in 2019 and 2020. She is a founding member of the Competition Law Society and has worked on the Wrongful Convictions Clinic. Additionally, this fall, she will participate in an international exchange program at Bucerius Law School in Hamburg, Germany. In her free time, she enjoys going to the gym, reading, and during the fall, watching college football.

Olivia D. Ferris – Content Editor

Olivia Ferris is a 3L from Salem, New Hampshire. She graduated from Boston University with a B.S. in Behavior and Health, and from Boston University School of Public Health with a Master’s in Public Health in Epidemiology and Biostatistics.
Olivia is a Content Editor for the Duke Law and Technology Review, and a Staff Editor for the Duke Journal of International and Comparative Law. She also served as president of the Health Law Society, and is part of the Margolis Scholars in Health Policy program.
After graduation, Olivia will return to the San Francisco, C.A. office of Morrison Foerster to work in its Corporate group.

James Ennis Street – Content Editor

Originally from the small-town of Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina, the growth of the internet and related technologies expanded James Street’s understanding of the world. At Duke, James pursues the intersection of technology and the law to further increase access to life-changing technologies and understand how lawyers can shape that access. In an increasingly technological and international world, continuous engagement with this dilemma is critical to preserving ordered stability and the development of all nations. James relies on his UNC-Chapel Hill undergraduate education in public policy and a breadth of diverse experiences to arrive at creative research questions and innovative solutions for all stakeholders.

After law school, James will remain in his home state of North Carolina and work at the law firm Robinson Bradshaw.

Alexys Ogorek – Content Editor

Alexys Ogorek is a 3L from Normal, Illinois. She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a B.A. in communications and political science. During her 2L summer, she was a Summer Associate at the Chicago office of Ropes & Gray.

In addition to being a Content Editor for the Duke Law & Technology Review, Alexys is the Managing Editor of the Duke Environmental Law & Policy Forum and a member of OutLaw. Last year, she was the Co-President of the Business Law Society and the Hardt Cup Coordinator for Moot Court.

In her free time, Alexys enjoys planning impromptu trips to Disney, watching cooking shows, and attempting DIY projects. Despite being a dog-person at heart, she has two spoiled kittens.

Alanna Potter – Content Editor

Alanna Potter is a 3L from Kauai, Hawaii. She graduated from Westmont College with a B.A. in Psychology before pursuing an M.Ed. in School Counseling. Prior to law school, she spent five years as a high school counselor.

Alanna spent 1L summer working with mission-driven startups at Mission Law and working as a research assistant for Professor Kendall Gray. During her 2L summer, Alanna worked in Kirkland & Ellis’s Palo Alto office, where she plans to return after graduation to pursue Corporate law.

Alanna enjoys spending time with her husband, working out, and hiking.