NYU Law's Class of 2013 wins a range of public interest fellowships

Many of NYU School of Law’s imminent and recent graduates secure public interest fellowships each year with the help of the Public Interest Law Center. Here is a roundup of the more than 20—and counting—graduating students who have been awarded fellowships in a wide range of public interest law specialties.

 

Children’s Advocacy and Juvenile Rights

Elyssa Caplan ’13 has received a Skadden Fellowship to work at The Door. [New York]

Anthony Enriquez ’13 has received a Chadbourne & Parke Fellowship to work at The Door. [New York]

Lisandra Fernandez ’13 has received a Bickel & Brewer Latino Institute for Human Rights Fellowship to work at Advocates for Children. [New York]

Semuteh Freeman ’13 has received a Skadden Fellowship to work at Legal Services for Children. [Los Angeles]

Diana Newmark ’13 has received a Skadden Fellowship to work at The Legal Aid Society, Juvenile Rights Practice. [New York]

Andria Seo ’13 has received a Sinsheimer Fellowship to work at Partnership for Children’s Rights. [New York]

 

Criminal Justice

Brandi McNeil ’13 has received an E. Barrett Prettyman and Stuart Stiller Fellowship to work at the Georgetown University Law Center. [Washington, D.C.]

Elizabeth Vasquez ’13 has received the Johnnie Cochran Fellowship to work at Nuefeld Scheck and Brustin, LLP. [New York]

 

Human Rights

Francesca Corbacho ’13 has received an NYU School of Law Human Rights Watch Fellowship to work at Human Rights Watch. [New York]

Mateya Kelley ’13 has received an Arthur Helton Global Human Rights Fellowship to work at Centro de los Derechos del Migrante. [Mexico City]

Jiou Park ’13 has received the Robert L. Bernstein Fellowship in International Human Rights to work at Human Rights in China.  [New York]

Alex Sinha ’13 has received an Aryeh Neier Human Rights Fellowship to work at the American Civil Liberties Union and Human Rights Watch. [New York]

 

Immigration

Stephen B. Kang ’11 (Root-Tilden-Kern) has received an Equal Justice Works Fellowship to work at the ACLU Immigrants' Rights Project. [San Francisco]

Dahsong Kim ’13 has received the Kirkland & Ellis New York City Public Service Fellowship to work at the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund.

 

Women’s Rights

Julia Kaye ’13 has received an ACLU Reproductive Freedom Project Fellowship to work at the American Civil Liberties Union. [New York]

Elizabeth Platt ’13 has received an NYU School of Law Reproductive Justice and Women’s Rights Fellowship to work at A Better Balance: The Work and Family Legal Center. [New York]

Alison Puente-Douglass ’13 has received an NYU School of Law Reproductive Justice and Women’s Rights Fellowship to work at San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program.  [San Diego]

 

More Fellowships

Matthew Craig ’13 has received a Presidential Fellowship to work at the Open Society Foundations.  [New York]

Laura Reznick ’13 has received a Law Fellowship to work at Service Employees International Union, Local 32BJ. [New York]

Eliza Schafler ’13 has received an Equal Justice Works Fellowship to work at Mental Health Advocacy Services. [Los Angeles]

Scott Welfel ’13 has received a Skadden Fellowship to work at New Jersey Institute for Social Justice. [Newark]

Jordan Wells ’13 has received a Bickel & Brewer Latino Institute for Human Rights Fellowship to work at the New York Civil Liberties Union. [New York]

Taeva Shefler ’13 and Rachel Weiss ’13 have received legal fellowships to work at Phillips & Cohen LLP.  [San Francisco and Washington, D.C.]

Posted on May 23, 2013