Fishman Haygood Welcomes 2022 Summer Clerks

Fishman Haygood is pleased to welcome six summer clerks, four rising 3Ls and two incoming 2Ls, from Tulane Law School and Loyola University New Orleans College of Law. They primarily will work alongside business and litigation attorneys in the New Orleans office. Learn more about our six-week summer program here.

“Our summer clerks are the best-of-the-best,” says Steven Serio, hiring partner. “During their six weeks with us, they will receive first-hand legal experience, allowing them to make meaningful contributions to our clients, their legal matters, and the firm.”

The following clerks will begin their time at Fishman Haygood in late June and early July:

Alex Breaux studies at Tulane, where he also earned a master’s degree in earth and environmental sciences and a bachelor’s degree in geology. He serves as Senior Managing Editor for the Tulane Law Review. During his time in law school, Alex has also been involved with the Tulane Legal Assistance Program (TULAP), Environmental & Energy Law Society, and Tulane OUTLaw. He is a member of the Federal Bar Association, LGBT Bar Association, and the New Orleans Bar Association.


Camille Ciolino studies at Tulane and will enter her second year of law school this fall. She also works as a part-time associate for Louisiana Legal Ethics, LLC. She is the recipient of the CALI Excellence for the Future Award® in Torts, which is given to the highest scoring student in each law school class. Camille earned a bachelor’s degree in political science/government and journalism from the University of Alabama.


Ashley Sanders, who also recently completed her first year in law school, studies at Tulane. She comes to the firm after spending the first half of the summer as a judicial intern for the Honorable Richard J. Leon, a federal judge in the District of Columbia. She is active in the Business Law Society, Tulane Women in Law, and the Civil Law Society. Ashley earned a bachelor’s degree in international relations and affairs from the University of Virginia.


Michael Stewart studies at Loyola, and he earned a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology from Louisiana State University. Michael serves as Article Editor of the Loyola Law Review. He was also invited to join the school’s Maritime Law Journal. Michael received the Dean’s Scholarship for outstanding academic achievement. He joins the firm after clerking for Judge Jay Zainey of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana earlier in the summer.


Davis Williams also studies at Loyola, and he earned a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of South Carolina. Davis also serves as Articles Editor of the Loyola Law Review. Among his many law school activities, he is a member of the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot Court and Trial Advocacy Teams. Davis received the Dean’s Scholarship and is a member of the International Legal Honor Society of Phi Delta Phi.


Amelie Zimmer studies at Loyola, and she serves as the Casenote and Comment Editor of the Loyola Law Review. Amelie is also a team member of the American Bar Association Moot Court and a Dean’s scholar. She earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting, with a minor in internal audit, from Louisiana State University. Amelie also has completed all four parts of the certified public accountant examination.