Undergraduate Departmental Representatives (UDRs)

The Undergraduate Departmental Representatives (UDR) program is designed to open avenues of communication between students and faculty. UDRs serve as student representatives and provide feedback to the program.

2016-2017 Representatives

Laura Garcia '18garcia
Laura is a junior majoring in Sociology and minoring in Legal Studies. She is passionate about giving back to the community and works hard as a Hunger and Homelessness Coordinator to bring awareness to the prominent issues of food and housing insecurity in Middlesex County. When she is not advocating for social justice issues or contributing to the Legal Studies Program, she is welcoming new students to the Brandeis family as a Community Advisor and helping first-years find their way on campus. Laura is so thrilled to be a part of the UDR team and immensely excited to get to know you this year!

Lilly Hecht '18Hecht
Lilly is a junior majoring in English and minoring in Legal Studies and Hispanic Studies. She spent last summer interning in a Princeton law firm specializing in Environmental and Property Law. Before that, she worked for two semesters at the Massachusetts Attorney General's Office as a Criminal Bureau intern. On campus, Lilly serves on the Student Union Judiciary, the branch of the Union that interprets Brandeis' Constitution and By-Laws to neutrally arbitrate disputes. She has additionally been involved with the Undergraduate Theater Collective as a Director, Assistant Music Director, and actor, and is now Secretary of the musical theater club, Tympanium Euphorium. She is grateful for the opportunity to be part of the LGLS community as a UDR and is looking forward to talking to you!

Lauren Nadeau '17lauren
Lauren is a junior majoring in Business and minoring in Legal Studies and Social Justice and Social Policy. Besides trying to be the best UDR possible, she is a Waltham Group Coordinator, Vice President of Women, Inc., and a student caller at Phonathon. She has interned for the past two summers at the Rhode Island Department of the Attorney General and in the Spring of 2016, she is off to The Hague to learn and work in the International Courts. Lauren is so excited to be a part of the Legal Studies team at Brandeis and cannot wait to talk to you!