New Board Members
Region 6 (IL - excluding Cook County & Northwest IN)
Timothy J. Storino, ’02 B.A., ’05 J.D.
Timothy J. Storino is an Assistant United States Attorney for the United States Attorney’s Office in Chicago, Illinois. Storino graduated from Notre Dame Law School in 2005 after receiving a B.A. from Notre Dame in 2002. For the past fourteen years, Storino has worked primarily in the public sector. He has served as a law clerk for Notre Dame Law School alumnus, including the Honorable Nora Barry Fischer, a district court judge on the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania, and the Honorable Charles R. Wilson, an appellate court judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. He also worked for the United States Attorney’s Office in Atlanta, Georgia, before joining the United States Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Illinois in January 2013, where he still works today. Storino presently serves as a Deputy Chief in the Violent Crimes Section, where he prosecutes gang cases as well as firearms and drug offenses. Storino also mentors law students and, to this end, he has served as an adjunct professor at DePaul Law School in Chicago, Illinois, as well as an instructor in the Intensive Trial Advocacy Program at Notre Dame Law School. Storino and his wife Maggie, ‘05 J.D., live in the Chicagoland area with their three daughters.
Region 11 (ME, MA, NH, North CT, RI, VT)
Raymond M. Ripple, '01 J.D.
Raymond M. Ripple, ’01 J.D.
Since graduating from Notre Dame Law School in 2001, Ray Ripple has practiced law in the Providence, Rhode Island area. He was an associate at Edwards & Angell, LLP and later an associate and partner at Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP and at Locke Lord LLP. He is currently employed by Littler Mendelson, P.C. in Providence where he focuses exclusively on labor and employment law and litigation. Ripple also served as a law clerk for U.S. District Judge William E. Smith of the United States District Court for the District of Rhode Island. He is a member of the bars of both the State of Rhode Island and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Ripple has been actively involved in a number of professional and community organizations. He served two court-appointed terms as a member of the Local Rules Committee of the United States District Court for the District of Rhode Island, and as a board member of the local chapter of the Federal Bar Association. Ripple also served for a number of years as a board member and volunteer for Habitat for Humanity of Rhode Island – Greater Providence, Inc.
During law school, he served as the managing editor of The Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy and was a teaching assistant in the Legal Writing Program.
At-Large (Young Alumni)
Mauri Miller, ’13 J.D.
Mauri Miller, ’13 J.D.
Born and raised with Notre Dame in his backyard, Mauri Miller, an Elkhart, Indiana native, received his J.D. from Notre Dame Law School in 2013. During law school, he held numerous leadership positions with organizations including the Sports, Communications, and Entertainment Law Forum and the Midwest Black Law Students Association. Additionally, as the President of the NDLS Black Law Students Association, Miller worked closely with then NDLA leadership to expose BLSA students to new competitions and ND alumni who were able to assist with job searches.
After several years in big law, Miller joined Platinum Dermatology Partners, a private equity backed dermatology management company with 33 offices. In 2018, while serving as the Director of Business Development and Associate General Counsel, the Association of Corporate Counsel (DFW Chapter) selected Miller as one of three finalists for the Rookie of the Year Award (reserved for lawyers with less than three years in-house experience). He currently serves as General Counsel & Chief Compliance Officer.
Outside of the office, Miller received the Director of the Year Award for his service with the J.L. Turner Legal Association (a National Bar Association affiliate) and is currently active with the National Bar Association as a member of its Health Law Section. Miller also provides pro bono services through volunteer efforts with the Human Rights Initiative of North Texas.
Miller resides in Dallas, Texas with his wife, Ashley (a Purdue alumna who now cheers for the Irish), and three-year-old son, Logan.
Asian Pacific Alumni Representative
Adrienne de la Rosa '03, '13 J.D.
Adrienne de la Rosa, '03, '13 J.D.
Adrienne M. de la Rosa graduated from Notre Dame with a B.B.A. in 2003 and from the Law School in 2013. She is a recipient of the Law School’s Peter Lardy Fellowship for strength of character and Judge Joseph E. Mahoney Award for outstanding student leadership. During law school, de la Rosa served as Editor in Chief of the Notre Dame Journal of International & Comparative Law and Articles Editor of the Journal of College and University Law. She also mentored several law students through the Asian Law Students, Hispanic Law Students, and Black Law Students Associations. As a former intern of the Notre Dame Intellectual Property & Entrepreneurship Clinic, de la Rosa continues to mentor students and graduates who are seeking counsel regarding their respective career paths, especially in intellectual property law.
During her undergraduate time on campus, de la Rosa was an active participant in the community. She was a Notre Dame cheerleader and frequent choreographer, dancer, and singer in student-run shows. She also sang with the Women’s Liturgical Choir and Voices of Faith Gospel Choir and at Walsh Hall’s Dorm Mass.
After several years in private practice focusing on corporate and intellectual property law, de la Rosa joined CIOX Health, an Atlanta-based healthcare technology company and the nation’s leader in secure healthcare information exchange services. Prior to practicing law, de la Rosa held diverse corporate roles across Fortune 500 companies in Atlanta. Her domestic and international business experience includes corporate sales, marketing, internal audit, and consulting.
De la Rosa, her husband, David Dang, and their two-year-old son, Logan, reside in Atlanta, Georgia, and are excited to welcome their second baby this fall.