MLaw Students, Alumni Awarded Fellowships for Public Service in United States, Abroad
By Jenny WhalenApril 21, 2014
With the support of a wide range of merit-based fellowships, many Michigan Law students and alumni will have the ability this year to provide legal assistance to underserved populations, pursue government work, and conduct research that may have been impossible without financial assistance.
"We are so proud of this year's fellows and so grateful for the funding that allows them to do the work they came to law school to do," said Public Interest Director Alyson Robbins.
From the Cohn Summer Fellowship's support of students working at judicial internships, government agencies, or nonprofit organizations within the State of Michigan to the postgraduate Krzys Public Interest Fellowship for alumni serving low-income individuals in civil legal or civil rights matters, the fellowships awarded this year will support students and alumni pursuing public interest and government work across the globe.
Congratulations to all of this year's fellowship recipients!
Clara Belfield-Henry Bates Overseas Fellowship
Equal Justice Works Fellowship
Krzys Public Interest Fellowship
Law Students for Reproductive Justice Fellow
Robert B. Fiske Jr. Fellowship
Betty H. Thieme Summer Fellowship
Cohn Summer Fellowship
Dean's Public Service Fellowship
Justice John Paul Stevens Public Interest Fellowship
Refugee and Asylum Law Fellowship
Spectrum Fund Fellowship
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