Alfred R. (Fred) Light is the Director, Graduate Program in Environmental Sustainability & Professor of Law at St. Thomas University School of Law. B.A. 1971, The Johns Hopkins University; Ph.D.1976, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; J.D.1981, Harvard. Professor Light currently teaches Civil Procedure, Federal Courts, and Environmental Law courses.
Cody Frank is a former editor for the St. Thomas University School of Law, Journal of Complex Litigation. In addition to student responsibilities, Cody served a research assistant to Professor Patricia Moore and interned for the Hon. Jose M. Rodriguez in the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida.
Dairon Montes de Oca
Dairon is currently a 3L at St. Thomas University School of Law, and is the Managing Editor for the Journal. Dairon also served as an Active Learning Instructor and a Lexis-Nexis 1L Support and Web Courses Specialist. Dairon can be reached at email@example.com
Gregory A. Light
Greg was the founding Editor-in-Chief of the JCL. He graduated from St. Thomas University School of Law in 2015. Before law school, Greg worked at a firm specializing in multidistrict litigations, in their drug and device department.
Levi L. Wilkes
Levi is a Senior Articles Editor at the JCL. He is a third year law student at St. Thomas University School of Law. Before law school Levi worked as a commercial diver and an iron worker. Levi can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Louisa Ramsammy is former editor for the St. Thomas University School of Law, Journal of Complex Litigation. Louisa was a research assistant to Professor Gordon Butler, and has a second degree black belt in Kung Fu.
Tayron is a 3L at St. Thomas University School of Law, and a Senior Articles Editor with the Journal. Prior to law school Tayron worked at Ronald McDonald House Charities and earned a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Florida International University.