Session Associates

Christina ReitnerChristina Reiter graduated from Colorado College with Distinction in History. She has her JD from Lewis and Clark Law School where she served as an editor of the law review and as president of two student groups, the Women’s Law Caucus and the American Constitution Society. She was named an outstanding client advocate for her work at Lewis and Clark’s Tax Clinic. She is a member of the Massachusetts Bar and recently passed the bar exam in Vermont. She has worked both in private practice and for organizations like American Rivers and the Peterson Institute for International Economics. She is also an international level equestrian in the sport of Eventing. When not working or with her family in Burlington, you will find her at the barn.


Cammie NaylorCammie Naylor graduated from Clemson University with a Bachelor’s in Sociology. She holds a Master’s in Social Work from the University of Pennsylvania, and is completing her JD at Vermont Law School. At Clemson, Cammie received the Meg Wilkes Karraker Award recognizing her as an Outstand Woman Majoring in Sociology. At UPENN she was awarded the John Hope Franklin Award for Combatting American Racism. She has worked as a child therapist at in both public and private settings in addition to work with community based advocacy and mentoring groups. Through her work as a therapist Cammie came to see policy as the vehicle with the greatest capacity for social change. When not studying or working Cammie can be found hiking with her family and two dogs or baking in her kitchen.


Somer BrownSomer Brown is from Connecticut, and  moved to Vermont a few years ago to start college. She recently graduated from UVM with a BA in English and with minors in Animal Science and Political Science. While at UVM, she wrote for the Vermont Cynic, boarded her horse at the UVM Horse Barn Co-Op, and interned with a few different groups, including Planned Parenthood of Northern New England, Legal Services Law Line of Vermont, and the Vermont Office of Senator Bernie Sanders. Somer also completed her undergraduate thesis, which focused on transnational literature and Western feminist ideals. When not working or riding she spends time off studying for the LSAT and skiing the glades at Sugarbush and Stowe.