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Adams and Reese is pleased to announce that Jennifer C. Bergeron, Alexandra G. Roselli and Hunter J. Schoen have joined the firm as incoming associates.

Bergeron, Roselli and Schoen all previously worked with the firm as summer associates in New Orleans a year ago and the trio will continue working in the Crescent City as members of the litigation group.

Bergeron’s current position with Adams and Reese comes after a summer associate stint when she gained experience in several areas of law covering a wide range of industries, including commercial litigation, labor and employment, bankruptcy, civil rights, education and energy law. Her previous experience also includes interning at a global oil and gas refining corporation in 2015 and serving as an executive board member of the 21st Annual Tulane Environmental Summit on Law & Policy and as Chair of the 2017 Class Gift Committee

She received a bachelor’s degree in environmental science from Columbia University in 2013 and earned her J.D. from Tulane University Law School in May 2017, where she also earned a certificate in civil law.

Like Bergeron, Roselli gained legal experience as a summer associate with the firm when she researched novel legal issues, prepared pleadings and other memoranda, and observed numerous oral arguments and depositions. She also served as an Equal Justice Works AmeriCorps JD Intern with Lone Star Legal Aid, Houston, as a judicial extern for the Hon. Laurie A. White of the Orleans Parish Criminal District Court, Section A, and as a mental health intern at the Positive Living Treatment Center in New Orleans.

Roselli is a double graduate of Tulane University, earning a bachelor’s degree in psychology with a minor in public health in 2012 and a master’s degree in psychology in 2013, and completed her J.D. from Loyola University College of Law in 2017.

Schoen brings an impressive resume to Adams and Reese, including experience in several areas of law covering a wide range of industries, including construction, aerospace and aviation, insurance, maritime, health care, and banking and finance during his time as a summer associate with the firm. His other previous work includes completing a judicial externship for the Hon. William J. Crain of the Louisiana First Circuit Court of Appeals and interning for an international professional services firm in Washington D.C. in its enterprise risk management group.

He is a double graduate of Louisiana State University, receiving his bachelor’s degree in accounting in 2014 and completing his J.D. from the Paul M. Hebert Law Center in 2017.