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Margaret Henn L'11 Receives Independence Foundation Fellowship

December 09, 2010
Margaret Henn L'11

University of Pennsylvania Law School student Margaret Henn L’11 has been awarded an Independence Foundation Public Interest Fellowship to work at Regional Housing Legal Services in Philadelphia, where she will advocate for low income homeowners who are in foreclosure due to increased medical expenses.

The fellowship program is the centerpiece of the Independence Foundation’s commitment to supporting free legal services for poor and disadvantaged residents of the Philadelphia region. It was created in 1996 to enable some of the best and brightest law school graduates to work with organizations that provide free legal services to poor and disadvantaged people.
 
The career-launching fellowship provides salary, benefits and loan forgiveness.