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University of Pennsylvania Law Review Public Interest Fellowship

The University of Pennsylvania Law Review Public Interest Fellowship helps passionate Penn Law graduates launch successful careers in all areas of public interest law. Since its establishment in 2012, The fellowship has supported alumni performing innovative and vital projects for public interest host organizations around the globe. Click on the profiles below to learn about the exceptional work of past and present fellows.

 

Current Fellow

  • Margaret Zhang 
    Margaret Zhang

    Class Year: 2015

    Fellowship Year: 2017-18

    Fellowship Organization: Woman’s Law Project

    Current Organization: Woman’s Law Project

Former Fellows

  • Marie Logan 
    Marie Logan

    Class Year: 2015

    Fellowship Year: 2016-17

    Fellowship Organization: Earthjustice

    Current Organization: Earthjustice

  • Benjamin Wiener 
    Benjamin Wiener

    Class Year: 2014

    Fellowship Year: 2015-16

    Fellowship Organization: Center for Appellate Litigation, NYC

    Current Organization: Center for Appellate Litigation, NYC

     

  • Christina Reichert 
    Christina Reichert

    Class Year: 2014

    Fellowship Year: 2014-15

    Fellowship Organization: Oceana

    Current Organization: Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions at Duke University

  • Shikha Bhattacharjee 
    Shikha Bhattacharjee

    Class Year: 2013

    Fellowship Year: 2013-14

    Fellowship Organization: Human Rights Watch

    Current Organization: UC Berkeley

  • Megan Rok 
    Megan Rok

    Class Year: 2011

    Fellowship Year: 2012-13

    Fellowship Organization: Support Center for Child Advocates

    Current Organization: Support Center for Child Advocates