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OPEN SOCIETY INSTITUTE FELLOWSHIP
Luna Yasui Lí01 received a fellowship through the Open Society Institute Community Fellows Program to start the Immigrant Day Laborer Advocacy Project at the National Employment Law Project in New York City.
HUMAN RIGHTS INSTITUTE OF COLUMBIA LAW SCHOOL
Chandra Bhatnagar Lí01 was selected as an LL.M. Human Rights Fellow by the Human Rights Institute at Columbia Law School. There he will represent clients through the Human Rights Clinic and will study human rights law.
As these outstanding students and graduates begin their new jobs this Fall, they are following in the footsteps of many talented and committed Penn graduates who have also started their careers through public interest fellowships. Moreover, these graduates will have the opportunity to serve as role models and mentors to other students considering public service careers, just as current and past fellows have served as mentors to them.