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A Rising Star, Finkelstein Assumes Leadership of Toll Public Interest Center 1 - 2 - 3

Arlene Rivera Finkelstein
Arlene Rivera Finkelstein, who built the public interest education program at Widener University School of Law, has been named the assistant dean and executive director of the Toll Public Interest Center. She assumed the job in February.

Described as a rising star in the field of law school public interest programming, Finkelstein was the first director of the Public Interest Resource Center at the Widener University School of Law, where she earned a reputation as deeply committed to students’ development and growth as public interest and pro bono attorneys. She also received high marks for her work teaching legal methods and public interest lawyering courses.

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