AP&S is pleased to welcome Jamie J. Bachant, Kathleen M. Sullivan Crain, Kennell E. Sambour and Julie A. Sacks to our Providence Office.
Jamie J. Bachant is an associate practicing in the Litigation Department. Prior to joining the firm, Jamie served as a law clerk for the Honorable Gilbert V. Indeglia on the Rhode Island Supreme Court. Prior to her clerkship, Jamie interned for the Honorable Maureen McKenna Goldberg on the Rhode Island Supreme Court. Jamie received her J.D., magna cum laude, from Roger Williams University School of Law and her undergraduate degree from Brown University.
Kathleen M. Sullivan Crain is a part-time associate in the Real Estate Group. Prior to joining the firm, Kathy worked at Lerch, Early & Brewer in Montgomery County, MD and began her career in the Boston and New York offices of Bingham McCutchen. Kathy received her J.D from Boston University School of Law and her undergraduate degree from Brown University. Kathy has been actively involved in public education in Rhode Island and formerly served as the President of the Providence School Board.
Kennell M. Sambour is an associate practicing in the Litigation Department. Kenny received his law degree from Boston College Law School and a B.A. in International Relations from Brown University. Kenny is fluent in Cambodian (Khmer) and proficient in Mandarin Chinese. Prior to joining the firm, Kenny served the community as an AmeriCorps Paralegal at Greater Boston Legal Services and later as Referral Coordinator at the Volunteer Lawyers Project of the Boston Bar Association, where he provided legal assistance to indigent clients.
Julie A. Sacks is an associate in the Labor & Employment Group. Her practice has focused on representing management in public sector labor and employment law and education law matters. Prior to joining the firm, Julie served as an assistant city solicitor for the city of Providence for three years. Julie received her J.D. from University of Toledo College of Law and her undergraduate degree from Sarah Lawrence College.