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  • Sarah Abraham (J.D. '17)

    International Justice Resource Center, San Francisco, CA

    Sarah Abraham (J.D. '17)

    International Justice Resource Center, San Francisco, CA

    Sarah Abraham has been awarded a PSVF to work with the International Justice Resource Center (IJRC) in San Francisco, CA. Sarah completed her undergraduate studies at the University of California, Berkeley, where she studied Political Science and International Relations.
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  • Juliana Avila (LL.M. '17)

    International Women's Health Coalition, New York, NY

    Juliana Avila (LL.M. '17)

    International Women's Health Coalition, New York, NY

    Juliana has been awarded a Kaufman fellowship to work at the International Women’s Health Coalition, where she will help protect and promote women’s sexual and reproductive health and rights at the regional and global level.
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  • Mana Azarmi (J.D. '17)

    Center for Democracy and Technology, Washington, DC

    Mana Azarmi (J.D. '17)

    Center for Democracy and Technology, Washington, DC

    Mana has been awarded a Public Service Venture Fund Fellowship to work as a staff attorney at the Center for Democracy and Technology. There she will focus on the impact surveillance and privacy policies and practices have on minority communities, particularly immigrants.
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  • Roi Bachmutsky (J.D. '17)

    International Criminal Court (ICC) & Commission for International Justice and Accountability (CIJA)

    Roi Bachmutsky (J.D. '17)

    International Criminal Court (ICC) & Commission for International Justice and Accountability (CIJA)

    Roi will spend the coming year working on issues of international criminal justice in the Situation Analysis Section of the Office of the Prosecutor at the International Criminal Court (ICC) as well as the Commission for International Justice and Accountability (CIJA).
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  • Naomi Campbell (J.D. '17)

    Centro de los Derechos del Migrante, Inc., Mexico City

    Naomi Campbell (J.D. '17)

    Centro de los Derechos del Migrante, Inc., Mexico City

    Naomi Campbell will be joining the Centro de los Derechos del Migrante, Inc. (CDM) in Mexico City on a Public Service Venture Fund Fellowship and a Frederick Sheldon Traveling Fellowship. At CDM, Naomi will promote justice for migrant workers through litigation, policy advocacy, and research on legal empowerment, in partnership with community-based activists.
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  • Julia Cortez Cruz (LL.M. '17)

    Conectas, Sao Paulo, Brazil

    Julia Cortez Cruz (LL.M. '17)

    Conectas, Sao Paulo, Brazil

    Julia has been awarded a fellowship to work at Conectas, an international human rights organization based in Sao Paulo, Brazil. She will work on projects related to development policy and human rights, as well as Business and Human Rights.
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  • Sara Dewey (J.D. '17)

    Conservation Law Foundation, Boston, MA

    Sara Dewey (J.D. '17)

    Conservation Law Foundation, Boston, MA

    Sara Dewey will be a legal fellow with the Conservation Law Foundation’s Healthy Communities and Environmental Justice program in Boston. While at Harvard Law School, Sara served as the Environmental Law Program Fellow and as a student attorney in the Environmental Law and Policy Clinic.
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  • Rebecca Donaldson (J.D. '16)

    Legal Action of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

    Rebecca Donaldson (J.D. '16)

    Legal Action of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

    Rebecca will use her fellowship to work in her hometown of Milwaukee and partner with Legal Action of Wisconsin where she will help lead a pilot project focused on aiding victims of violent sexual crimes.
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  • Roni Druks (J.D. '17)

    Yeshi Din, The Occupied Palestinian Territories

    Roni Druks (J.D. '17)

    Yeshi Din, The Occupied Palestinian Territories

    As a fellow, she will work for Yesh Din, a non-governmental organization promoting long-term, structural improvements to human rights in the Occupied Palestinian Territories. Her work will focus on researching the implications of the presence of private security contractors operating in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.
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  • Laura Gault (J.D. '17)

    Human Rights First, Washington, DC

    Laura Gault (J.D. '17)

    Human Rights First, Washington, DC

    As a Sumner M. Redstone Fellow, Laura Gault will work to advance the Refugee Protection efforts of Human Rights First. She will provide legal analysis of current statutes and proposed legislation affecting refugees in the United States, support the development of amicus briefs and other strategic litigation efforts, and represent Human Rights First in external engagements in Washington, DC.
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  • Ariel Giumarelli (J.D. '17)

    Permanent Delegation to the European Union, Brussels, Belgium

    Ariel Giumarelli (J.D. '17)

    Permanent Delegation to the European Union, Brussels, Belgium

    Ariel will provide legal, advocacy and policy research to FIDH’s Permanent Representative to the EU regarding two main initiatives: implementing human rights, workers rights and land rights protections into the EU-Myanmar Bilateral Investment Treaty, and analyzing methods to challenge and appeal decisions regarding the EU-Turkey Deal to the European Court of Justice.
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  • MacKennan Graziano (J.D. '17)

    Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC). Johannesburg, South Africa

    MacKennan Graziano (J.D. '17)

    Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC). Johannesburg, South Africa

    MacKennan Graziano has been awarded a PSVF Fellowship to work at the Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC) in Johannesburg, South Africa. SALC is a regional human rights organization that uses strategic litigation to advance human rights and the rule of law throughout Southern Africa.
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  • Qiongyue Hu (J.D. '17)

    Learning Right Law Center, Los Angeles, CA

    Qiongyue Hu (J.D. '17)

    Learning Right Law Center, Los Angeles, CA

    As a PSVF fellow at the Learning Rights Law Center in Los Angeles, I will continue working on special education issues and help disadvantaged students obtain meaningful educational opportunities.
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  • Jina John (J.D. '17)

    New York State Office of the Attorney General, New York, NY

    Jina John (J.D. '17)

    New York State Office of the Attorney General, New York, NY

    Jina John has been awarded a fellowship to serve at the New York Attorney General’s Office. She will join the Bureau of Internet and Technology working on protecting consumers from digital threats.
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  • Erika Johnson (J.D. '17)

    Office of the Defender General, Montpelier, VT

    Erika Johnson (J.D. '17)

    Office of the Defender General, Montpelier, VT

    Erika will spend her fellowship year working as a staff attorney at the Prisoners' Rights Office of the Vermont Defender General, which handles issues concerning the fact, length, and conditions of confinement and community supervision for people serving sentences in the state of Vermont.
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  • Musa Kika (LL.M. '17)

    Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR), Harare, Zimbabwe

    Musa Kika (LL.M. '17)

    Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR), Harare, Zimbabwe

    Musa will be joining the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) in Harare, Zimbabwe to do election-related human rights litigation. Zimbabwe finds itself in a precarious governance complexity, with government-sponsored human rights abuses spiking during election season.
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  • William Lonn (J.D. '17)

    Still She Rises, Tulsa, OK

    William Lonn (J.D. '17)

    Still She Rises, Tulsa, OK

    Will work with Still She Rises, Tulsa to provide dedicated eviction defense and housing advocacy to single mothers in the criminal justice system.
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  • Lan Mei (J.D. '17)

    Forest Peoples Programme (FPP), Guyana

    Lan Mei (J.D. '17)

    Forest Peoples Programme (FPP), Guyana

    Lan has been awarded a PSVF Fellowship and Henigson Fellowship to work with the Forest Peoples Programme in Guyana. At the FPP, Lan will focus on litigation and advocacy around indigenous land rights.
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  • Brian Pilchik (J.D. '17)

    CPC Innocence Program, Somerville, MA

    Brian Pilchik (J.D. '17)

    CPC Innocence Program, Somerville, MA

    Brian will spend his fellowship year at the CPCS Innocence Program working on post-conviction appeals and new trials for indigent people who were wrongfully convicted in Massachusetts.
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  • Kelly Jo Popkin (J.D. '17)

    Planned Parenthood Federation of America, New York, NY

    Kelly Jo Popkin (J.D. '17)

    Planned Parenthood Federation of America, New York, NY

    Kelly Jo Popkin has been awarded a PSVF fellowship to work as a traditional staff attorney in Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s national office in NYC, focusing primarily on federal and state litigation and policy work addressing anti-choice extremism, Medicaid cuts, and TRAP laws.
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  • Jessica Ranucci (J.D. '16)

    New York Legal Assistance Group, New York, NY

    Jessica Ranucci (J.D. '16)

    New York Legal Assistance Group, New York, NY

    Jessica Ranucci has been awarded a fellowship to work with the New York Legal Assistance Group's Special Litigation Unit to litigate on behalf of debt collection defendants in New York City civil court.
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  • Silvia Ruiz (J.D. '17)

    Dejusticia, Bogotá, Colombia

    Silvia Ruiz (J.D. '17)

    Dejusticia, Bogotá, Colombia

    Silvia will work on local and international human rights cases at the local and international level.
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  • Katherine Sandson (J.D. '17)

    Harvard Food Law and Policy Clinic (FLPC), Cambridge, MA

    Katherine Sandson (J.D. '17)

    Harvard Food Law and Policy Clinic (FLPC), Cambridge, MA

    Katie Sandson has been awarded a fellowship to work with the Harvard Food Law and Policy Clinic (FLPC), where she will work to address the impacts of pesticide use on farmworkers, small farms, and consumers.
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  • Malhar Shah (J.D. '17)

    Public Counsel, Los Angeles, CA

    Malhar Shah (J.D. '17)

    Public Counsel, Los Angeles, CA

    After transferring to Harvard Law School, I was provided with the valuable opportunity to intern for Public Counsel’s Opportunity Under Law project, where I worked with their talented attorneys in their endeavor to ensure educational equity.
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  • Korey Silverman-Roati (J.D. '17)

    Institute for Governance & Sustainable Development (IGSD), Washington, DC

    Korey Silverman-Roati (J.D. '17)

    Institute for Governance & Sustainable Development (IGSD), Washington, DC

    Korey is from Tucson, Arizona and has long been interested in international and environmental law issues.
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  • Leora Smith (J.D. '17)

    Human Rights Legal Support Centre, Toronto, Canada

    Leora Smith (J.D. '17)

    Human Rights Legal Support Centre, Toronto, Canada

    Leora will begin work with the Human Rights Legal Support Centre where she will provide free legal services to people experiencing discrimination in violation of the Ontario Human Rights Code.
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  • Divya Srinivasan (LL.M. '17)

    Equality Now, New York, NY

    Divya Srinivasan (LL.M. '17)

    Equality Now, New York, NY

    As a staff attorney, Divya will work on several advocacy projects and submissions to human rights bodies, aimed at making a meaningful impact on women's and girls’ rights and their lives. In particular, she will be working with the organization’s Legal Equality and End Sexual Violence programs.
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  • Katherine Taylor (J.D. '18)

    Kentucky Refugee Ministries, Lexington, KY

    Katherine Taylor (J.D. '18)

    Kentucky Refugee Ministries, Lexington, KY

    I will be using my PSVF to work with Kentucky Refugee Ministries this coming year. I will represent clients in a wide range of immigration areas including representing children seeking to obtain Special Immigrant Juvenile status, family members seeking to be reunited with refugees, and asylum seekers.
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