Introducing our 2024 summer associates: Erin Turvey, Christina Williams, and Helen Zhang! These highly accomplished law students bring with them excellent academic records and a dedication to advancing justice.

Brown, Goldstein & Levy is thrilled to welcome our three new summer associates for 2024: Erin Turvey, Christina Williams, and Helen Zhang. 

These highly accomplished law students bring with them excellent academic records and a proven drive toward law careers dedicated to social responsibility and justice. As they progress through BGL’s 8-to-10-week summer associate program, they will have the chance to gain hands-on litigation experience and  exposure to cases in practice areas such as civil rights, commercial litigation, employment discrimination, criminal defense, and more. 

“Each of our new summer associates complements the mission of Brown, Goldstein & Levy to provide high quality legal services and elevate the voices of all in our community,” said Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum, BGL managing partner. “Erin, Christina, and Helen are wonderful additions to our legal team, and we are lucky to have them this summer.” 

Learn more about our associates below:

Erin is a 3L at the University of Baltimore School of Law, where she ranks first in her cohort and serves as an editor for the University of Baltimore Law Review. She has a strong interest in social justice and a career in public interest lawyering and was drawn to BGL’s reputation and work in disability rights law. Last summer, Erin was an intern with Maryland Legal Aid, where she strengthened her passion for public interest work by drafting key case materials and observing courtroom procedures. She also obtained significant behind-the-scenes legal experience as a judicial intern with the Appellate Court of Maryland. 

Christina is a rising 3L at Harvard Law School with a deep interest in civil rights litigation and public interest law. At HLS, she holds co-chair positions in the Harvard Plaintiffs’ Law Association and the Harvard Black Law Students Association and serves as a student advocate for the Harvard Prison Legal Assistance Project. She is also an editor for the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review. In Summer 2023, she interned with the Abolitionist Law Center and worked on issues related to confinement and wrongful conviction. Christina was drawn to BGL for its focus on civil rights litigation and commitment to community impact and social responsibility. 

Helen is a rising fourth-year dual-degree student pursuing a JD at New York University School of Law and a master’s in public policy at the Harvard Kennedy School. She serves as executive editor and quantitative editor for the NYU Law Review and holds a co-chair position in the Public Interest Law Students Association. In the summer of 2023, Helen completed an internship at the Civil Rights Division of the United States Department of Justice, where she rotated between the Office of the Assistant Attorney General and the Housing & Civil Enforcement Section. She was drawn to BGL due to the firm’s work in fair housing, disability rights, and employment law. 

We look forward to working with these talented summer associates!


Founded in 1982, Brown, Goldstein & Levy is a law firm based in Baltimore, Maryland, with an office in Washington, DC. The firm is nationally recognized in a wide variety of practice areas, including complex civil and commercial litigation, civil rights, health care, family law, and criminal defense. Above all else, Brown, Goldstein & Levy is a client-centered law firm that brings decades of experience and passionate, effective advocacy to your fight for justice.