Student Fellows

The Saltman Center selects Student Fellows to help it run its programs and reach out to students.

  • Robin GonzalesRobin Gonzales
    Robin is a current law student pursuing a dispute resolution concentration, with interests in labor and employment, contracts, and international law disputes. He has externed for the Honorable Andrew P. Gordon and the Honorable Jennifer A. Dorsey of the U.S. District Court for the District of Nevada, and serves as a member of the law school’s Honor Code Committee. Prior to law school, he worked for the Nevada System of Higher Education as a state-wide program coordinator. Robin graduated from UNLV, magna cum laude, with dual Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and English, and a minor in the Brookings Public Policy program. He received the UNLV President’s Award for Class Outstanding Graduate, served as Student Body Chief Justice, and wrote his honors thesis on "The Spratly Islands Dispute: International Law, Conflicting Claims, and Alternative Frameworks for Dispute Resolution."

  • Robin GonzalesCaleb L. Green
    Caleb is a current law student pursuing a concentration in intellectual property. He has worked as a Summer Associate and Intellectual Property Law Clerk at Dickinson Wright PLLC and is currently the President of the Black Law Students Association Las Vegas Chapter. Caleb has an interest in dispute resolution, primarily in the areas of intellectual property and internet law. Prior to law school, Caleb was immersed in STEM fields, receiving his Bachelors of Arts in Computer Science with a minor in Economics from UNLV, working as an information technology professional in UNLV’s Office of Information Technology, and teaching as an adjunct math instructor at his high school alma mater -- The PA Owens Christian Academy.

  • Jen A. SmithJen A. Smith
    Jen is a current law student with an interest in dispute resolution, especially in the areas of health care law and entertainment law. Jen is a Westlaw Student Representative and stays involved on campus as the Vice-President of the Immigration Law Society, the Events Director of American Constitution Society, and, during her first year, as a member of the Curriculum Committee. Prior to law school, Jen received her Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy. She also interned with Senator Harry Reid’s Las Vegas Office, where she had the opportunity to interact with constituents, attend outreach events, and assist with and attend the National Clean Energy Summit 8.0.