Prior to law school, Max Londberg worked as a journalist for newspapers in Kansas City and Cincinnati. His favorite and most effective stories were those produced collaboratively with colleagues, including a series on secrecy in Kansas policing and government and a narrative about the impact of the Covid-19 outbreak on marginalized students.
During law school, Max has worked as a fellow for the Ohio Innocence Project and a legal intern for the Hamilton County Public Defender’s Office. He has also served as a research assistant to several professors, analyzing criminal justice systems, collaborative research methods, and the intersection of paramilitarism and property law. He is deeply grateful to Professors Meghan Morris, Janet Moore, and Sandra F. Sperino — for the chance to observe and learn from their enthusiasm and expertise in their areas of study. They gave new meaning to the term “mentor.”