After college, Lauren worked as a paralegal at Community Legal Services in Philadelphia, which inspired her to attend law school.
Zhang’s own experience of attempting to obtain lactation accommodations to take the bar exam helped inspire her career path.
Noor Irshaidat L’23 interned with both Lockton Re and with P.R.I.M.E. Finance in The Hague, the latter through the Global Justice Fellowship.
In May 2021, DiVasto was announced as one of 77 law school graduates selected to serve as an Equal Justice Works Fellow in the 2021 Fellowship class.
For Rekha Nair L’12, standing alongside a person as they navigate the American immigration system offers something powerful: unity in a world of separation.
The fellows’ work will be supported by several organizations including Equal Justice Works; Independence Foundation; Langer, Grogan, and Diver Foundation in Social Justice; Skadden Foundation; Toll Foundation; and the University of Pennsylvania Law Review.
The work of Hugh Fitzgibbon LLM’21 and Meri Baghdasaryan LLM’21 is supported by the Law School’s LLM Postgraduate Public Interest Fellowship.
Jarron McAllister L’20 is a Penn Catalyst Fellow at the National Center for Law and Economic Justice (NCLEJ).
Upon graduation, eighteen 2021 graduates will pursue important and diverse public interest work with the support of prestigious fellowship funding.
Haley Pritchard L’20 is a Langer, Grogan, & Diver Legal Fellow with the Pennsylvania ACLU.
Sadé Stevens L’23 is interning with the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc.
Sabrina Merold L’20 is a Penn Law Public Interest Fellow with the Federal Policy and Advocacy Team at the Center for Reproductive Rights.
Daniel Lewis L’20 is the recipient of a University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School Catalyst Fellowship and is working at Bet Tzedek Legal Services in Los Angeles.
Allison Perlin L’20 works at Human Rights First, where she works to better serve clients in grave need of immigration representation.
Mira Baylson L’08 built a strong foundation of pro bono service during her time at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School, where she worked on prisoner education and reproductive rights student pro bono projects.
The University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School’s CTIC Public Interest Fellowships are open to 1L and 2L students.
Erik Nickels L’21 has been awarded a prestigious Skadden Fellowship and will work with Mental Health Advocacy Services in Los Angeles.
Robert and Jane Toll Foundation makes $50 million gift to expand Toll Public Interest Scholars and Fellows Program launching hundreds of students into public interest legal careers
Sadye Stern L’22 has been awarded a Peggy Browning Fellowship to support her summer internship with Justice at Work in Philadelphia.
As a Catalyst Fellow, Sabrina Ruchelli L’19 is working as a Law and Policy Analyst with the Policy Surveillance Program at Center for Public Health Law Research, which is based at Temple University’s Beasley School of Law.