Paul's previous leadership roles include directing volunteer programs in international natural disaster recovery, (including managing a base of operations in Toa Baja, Puerto Rico, one in North Carolina, and leading teams to reconstruct 50 homes, 52 toilets, and 2 schools in Nepal), and leading a trail crew for a six month stint in the Vermont backcountry. Every leadership role is a humbling opportunity, and being chosen as the Editor-in-Chief for Volume 91 has been no exception.
Paul's writing for the Law Review has focused on issues of the law of natural disaster recovery and the January 6 Capitol insurrection. After law school, he intends to work in natural disaster legal services, and aspires to open a disaster legal services clinic, to teach a course in Disaster Law, and to get his LLM degree. He currently works at Cummins Law.
Read Paul's published Student Comment, Mitigating the Discretion Disaster: How Changes in the Law Can Help FEMA Effectuate Its Critical Mission, at the hyperlink below.