Plews Shadley Racher & Braun LLP (PSRB) is pleased to announce it has continued its summer associate program in 2020 and recruited four outstanding summer associates. Although COVID-19 issues have prevented several law firms from having programs this year, PSRB remains committed to its role in providing legal experiences for law students and there was no doubt the firm would continue this important program. PSRB is proud to announce Yuning Tian, Andraea Reed, Mantas Grigorovicius, and Catherine Braun have joined the firm as summer associates in 2020.
Yuning Tian is a rising 3rd year student at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law. She received a B.A in English at Shenyang Ligong University in Shenyang, China. Yuning was a legal intern for the Lumina Foundation in Indianapolis, and also for the People’s Procuratorate of Luoyang, Anti-Corruption Department in Luoyang, China. She has won numerous national competitions in China playing one of the world’s oldest musical instruments, the Pipa, and is also the lead singer and guitar player in a pop band.
Andraea Reed is a rising 3rd year student at the Indiana University McKinney School of Law. She received a B.S in Finance from the Indiana University Kelley School of Business. She takes part in the William C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot and was a commercial legal intern at Rolls-Royce Corporation. She volunteers her time as a children’s activities assistant at Coburn Place, and also is an advocate for the Center for Global Impact, Imprint Project.
Mantas Grigorovicius joins PSRB as a rising 3rd year student at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law. He received separate Bachelor of Science degrees in Legal Studies and Criminal Justice from Wilmington University. Previously he clerked for the Hon. John M. Plummer, III of the Lawrence Superior Court #1, and for the Public Defender’s Office in Georgetown, DE. He was also an intern at Stayton & Dickens LLP.
Catherine Braun is a rising 3rd year student at the University of Notre Dame Law School. She received her B.S in Media, Culture & Communications from New York University with minors in Mandarin Chinese and Business of Entertainment, Media & Technology. She is the executive online editor for the Journal of International and Comparative Law, Vol. XI and an executive board member of the Notre Dame Real Estate Law Society. Her Note, The Impact of the U.S.-China Trade War on the International Art Market, has been selected for publication in the Notre Dame Journal of International and Comparative Law, Volume XI, Issue 1. Catherine is also a returning summer associate at PSRB.