Diana Mateo: Vol. 44 Articles Editor

Diana Mateo is an honor student at the Shepard Broad College of Law. During law school, she served as Justice for Academics for the Moot Court Society during the 2018-2019 academic year and participated in the Phillip C. Jessup International Moot Court Competition. As a rising 2L, she interned for Department of Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement and had the opportunity to first chair cases on asylum. This past summer Diana was a Judicial Law Clerk with the Department of Justice, Executive Office for Immigration Review through the Summer Law Intern Program. She drafted written decisions for immigration judges on various topics involving asylum, cancellation of removal, and adjustment of status. Diana has applied to Honor Attorney Programs with the Department of Justice and Department of Homeland Security for post-graduation employment. She lives in South Florida with her fiancĂ©, Hector Camacho and two cats, Wally West and Kylo Ren. She frequently visits the love her life, Luna, a Siberian Husky who resides with Diana’s mother.

Dana Weinstein: Vol 44 Articles Editor

Dana Weinstein is an honor student at the Shepard Broad College of Law. She interned two summers in a row at the Coral Springs City Attorney's Office. She was team captain of her law school's Health Law Transactional team in which they had the best oral presentation and came in third place in a national competition. Her article, Law School Mentoring 101, co-authored with attorney Brian Koch was published in the Barrister (Broward County Bar Association's monthly publication).  Prior to attending law school, she was an emergency room nurse at a comprehensive stroke center. In her spare time, she likes to volunteer with rescue animals. 

Alexandra Eichner: Vol. 44 Articles Editor

Ali Eichner is an honor student at the Shepard Broad College of Law. Her article, Supreme Court Makes it Easier for People to Win Big, was published as part of the Florida issue in Volume 43 of the Nova Law Review. During law school, she mainly focused on academics which lead to a very successful first two years. Prior to attending law school, she worked for a commercial real estate and property management company, which sparked her interest in real estate law. She was born and raised in South Florida, and currently lives there with her family.

Billy Passalacqua: Vol. 44 Assistant Lead Technical Editor

Billy Passalacqua is a third-year student at the Shepard Broad College of Law.  He currently serves as the Assistant Lead Technical Editor of Nova Law Review and a member of the school’s honors program.  He has spent the first four of his semesters on the Dean’s list and earned four book awards.  He has worked at the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine over the past year of his studies.  Prior to attending law school, he graduated from Florida Atlantic University with a B.A. in Criminal Justice and from a Florida Police Academy with a Florida Basic Law Enforcement Certification.  After graduating Billy hopes to continue his employment with his firm, volunteer with a local law enforcement agency, and find enough time between himself and his equally busy fiancĂ© to plan their wedding.

Daniela Sirimarco: Vol. 44 Assistant Lead Articles Editor

Daniela Sirimarco is an honor student at the Shepard Broad College of Law. During her time in law school, she served as the Co-President of the Public Interest Law Society and as a member of the NSU Trial Association. Daniela earned three Cali Awards during her first two years of law school. Although she always knew she wanted to be an attorney when she grew up, she was never quite sure of what area of the law she wanted to practice in. Thus, during law school she  “dated the law by interning at Americans for Immigrant Justice, the Third District Court of Appeals, the Office of the Attorney General, and a private criminal defense firm. Post-graduation she hopes to find her place in the legal field helping others and giving back to the community. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her mini Australian Shepard, Nala.   

Nicolo Lozano: Vol. 44 Assistant Articles Editor

Nicolo Lozano is a third year law student at the Shepard Broad College of Law. His article, Can President Trump Become His Own Judge and Jury? A Legal Analysis of President Trump's Amenability to Criminal Indictment and Ability to Self-Pardon was published in Nova Law Review's Volume 43.  Nicolo is the Assistant Executive Editor of Nova Law Review and a Teaching Assistant to Professor Michael Richmond.  Prior to attending law school, he graduated from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University.  He is currently a corporate law clerk at Holland & Knight.

Robert Scheppske: Vol. 44 Goodwin Alumni Editor

Bob Scheppske is an honor student at the Shepard Broad College of Law.  During law school, he served as the Chief Justice of Moot Court, the Goodwin Alumni Editor for Nova Law Review, and an ambassador for President’s 64. He is currently preparing to compete in the ABA Moot Court Competition.

He was a clerk at Tripp Scott over the summer and has accepted an offer at Tripp Scott in the litigation department.  Prior to attending law school, he worked for the Miami Dolphins as a membership services representative.  He lives in South Florida with his wife, Rosemary Scheppske.