Jones, Skelton & Hochuli is pleased to welcome Kayla Bramwell, Rachel Kaplan, Justine Pearson, and Bailey Stoltzfus from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at ASU, and Rebecca Bain and Sana Mohammed from the James E. Rogers College of Law at U of A, to our 2024 Summer Associate Program. During their summer clerkship at JSH, these law students will work with attorneys in each of the firm’s practice areas, handle research and writing projects, learn about the day-to-day practice of law in the private sector, and observe hearings, depositions, mediations, and arbitrations.

Rebecca Bain recently finished her 2L year at the James E. Rogers College of Law at the University of Arizona, where she wrote for the Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law and was a member of the Women’s Association as well as the Business Law Society. She received her undergraduate degree in Public Health with a minor in Business from BYU – UT, having served as the editor of the University’s Pre-Law Review.

Rebecca was a Judicial Extern for the Honorable John J. Tuchi, U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona, assisting with voir dire preparation and jury selection. She presented oral argument before the court on a commercial wrongful death liability case, and gained valuable additional litigation insights.

Rebecca enjoys hiking, skiing, and watching the Denver Nuggets.

Kayla Bramwell is a very involved 2025 J.D. Candidate at the ASU Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, serving as the Associate Editor for the Law Journal for Social Justice, Vice President of the Black Law Student Association, Marketing Director for the Criminal Law Association, and a volunteer with the Arizona Legal Center. She graduated magna cum laude from Ohio State University with a B.A. in Psychology. There she was President of the Alliance for Black Studies and a member of Delta Sigma Theta.

Over the past several years, Kayla has interned with the Cook County (IL) State’s Attorney’s Office and two local Arizona law firms, as well as clerked for the Honorable Kristina Robinson Garrett in Detroit. She also spent a summer as a research assistant for Chicago Beyond.

Kayla enjoys crafting custom candles, spin classes, and exploring the Valley’s many brunch spots.

Rachel Kaplan just completed her second year at the ASU Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, where she earned a CALI Award for Legal Method & Writing and was a finalist in the Jenckes Closing Argument Competition. She is a member of the Phillip C Jessup International Moot Court Team, the Associate Editor for Jurimetrics: ABA Journal of Law/Science/Technology, Vice President of the Jewish Law Students Association, and the Co-VP of Law Cappella. Rachel’s undergraduate degree in Political Science and Judaic Studies was from the University of Arizona W.A. Franke Honors College. There she was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, the Hillel Foundation, and Pi Sigma Alpha (President), and she received the Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona College Youth Award.

Rachel has served as a Legal Intern for ACLU of AZ, an Education Advocate at the University of Arizona Undergraduate Law Clinic, and as an intern at the Pima County Attorney’s Office.

Rachel is an avid concertgoer, enjoys musical theatre, and is a Phoenix Suns’ fan.

Sana Mohammed is attending the James E. Rogers College of Law at the University of Arizona. She recently served as a 2L writer for the Arizona Law Review and is the Vice President of the South Asian Law Students Association. Sana also belongs to the Asian Law Students Association and the Law Women’s Association. She has been recognized with a CALI Award for Legal Research, Analysis, and Communications. Her B.A. in International Affairs is from Northern Arizona University, where she was a teacher’s assistant and the Student State Affairs Director. Sana is a member of Alpha Delta Pi, the Order of Omega, and had the opportunity to study abroad in Morocco.

Sana’s prior work experience includes serving as a Federal District Court Judicial Extern for the Honorable Judge Jennifer Zips, working as a project assistant for Arizona Legal Women & Youth Services, and as a Records & Information Management Specialist for another local law firm.

Sana speaks Urdu, and her hobbies include running, astrology, skin care, and fantasy novels.

Justine Pearson is an O’Connor Fellow attending the ASU Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law. She is also the Associate Editor of the Corporate and Business Law Journal and a Tort Law teaching assistant. Justine received her B.A. in Philosophy (summa cum laude) from Hobart and William Smith Colleges (Geneva, NY), where she was a member of Phi Beta Kappa and a four-year varsity goal keeper for the women’s soccer team.

Her previous legal experience includes serving as a Legal Intern for the Arizona Attorney General’s Office, assisting with investigations and research, meeting with witnesses, and learning about focus groups, mock juries and mediations.

Justine plays the saxophone and is an avid outdoors enthusiast.

Bailey Stoltzfus attends ASU Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law and is a staff writer for the ASU Law Journal. She is a member of OUTLaw at ASU, the Women’s Law Students Association, and the Mindfulness in Law Society; she also serves as the Director of Communications for the Sports Law & Business student organization. Bailey received her B.S. in Marketing (with minors in Legal Environment of Business and Sport Studies) from Pennsylvania State University. While an undergrad, she played intramural sports and was a Student Sustainable Ambassador for EcoReps.

Bailey has previous legal experience as a Legal Extern for the ASU Athletics Compliance Office, as well as working for an insurance coverage/litigation firm in California.

In her spare time, reading, hiking, video games, and fantasy football are her main interests.