Andrew Tran is a J.D. Candidate at the Boston University School of Law. He received his B.A. with Distinction from Yale College in 2016, where he was a Yale Journalism Scholar, a captain of the Yale Mock Trial team, and served as Editor-in-Chief of the Yale Undergraduate Law Review and the Yale Review of International Studies.
Prior to law school, Andrew worked as a paralegal at an international law firm in New York, where he worked on the Supreme Court case Ohio v. American Express Co., and as a screenwriter for Bob Woodward’s MasterClass on Investigative Journalism.
In law school, Andrew was on the board of the Mock Trial team and was a national quarterfinalist in the American Bar Association’s Media Law Moot Court Competition. He worked as an extern for the Whistleblower Law Collaborative in Boston during the spring 2021 semester, and was selected by NPR Legal Correspondent Nina Totenberg as her intern in Washington, D.C. for the fall 2021 term.
Andrew spent his 1L summer in San Francisco as a law clerk at the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of California, where he assisted in the prosecutions of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes and of several LinkedIn, Dropbox, and Twitter hackers as part of the Corporate Fraud Strike Force. He spent his 2L summer at Shearman & Sterling in New York. His interests include film criticism and the Times daily crossword.