Lorenzo B. Riboni

United States Army Reserve

Topics: Labor & Employment Law

Lorenzo Riboni LAW ’22 is a Law & Public Policy Scholar at Temple University Beasley School of Law, where he served as the President of the Federalist Society. He is currently a law student researcher with the Labor & Employment Law Executive Committee. He is a native of San Diego, California and completed his bachelor’s degree in the administration of justice with Magna Cum Laude honors at the University of Pittsburgh.

Mr. Riboni is a Non-commissioned Officer in the United States Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps where he serves in a reserve status. Prior to law school, he served in the Military Police Corps. In 2014, he deployed to Afghanistan as a member of the Rule of Law Development Team’s personal security, assisting in their mission of handing over operational and administrative control of the Parwan Detention Facility and Justice Center to the Afghan Government. In 2016, he served at Naval Station Guantanamo Bay where he was a detention specialist in the Behavioral Health Unit ensuring the safe, humane, legal, and transparent care, custody, and control of detainees.

Mr. Riboni is focusing his career on management-side labor and employment law.


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