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  • Hana Al-Henaid (J.D. '18)

    Inland Counties Legal Services, Riverside, CA

    Hana Al-Henaid (J.D. '18)

    Inland Counties Legal Services, Riverside, CA

    Hana will begin her public interest career working as a staff attorney at Inland Counties Legal Services in Riverside, California.
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  • Susanna Barron (J.D. '18)

    A Better Balance, New York, NY

    Susanna Barron (J.D. '18)

    A Better Balance, New York, NY

    During her time at Harvard Law School, Susanna served as President of Harvard Law Students for Reproductive Justice and the Executive Policy Editor of the Harvard Law and Policy Review and participated in the Health Law and Policy Clinic and the Family Law and Domestic Violence Clinic.
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  • Carina Bentata Gryting (J.D. '18)

    Center for Justice and Accountability (CJA), San Francisco, CA

    Carina Bentata Gryting (J.D. '18)

    Center for Justice and Accountability (CJA), San Francisco, CA

    Carina Bentata Gryting will spend her fellowship year with the Center for Justice and Accountability (CJA) in San Francisco, California working with victims of torture and other human rights violations seeking civil remedies under the Alien Tort Statute and Torture Victim Protection Act.
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  • Sam Bookman (J.D. '18)

    Cyrus Vance Center for International Justice, New York, NY

    Sam Bookman (J.D. '18)

    Cyrus Vance Center for International Justice, New York, NY

    As a Kaufman Fellow at the Cyrus Vance Center for International Justice, Sam will help to provide advice to NGOs and lawyers across the world, working in the Center's programs on Human Rights and Access to Justice, and Good Governance.
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  • Katrina Braun (J.D. '18)

    ACLU of North Carolina, Raleigh, NC

    Katrina Braun (J.D. '18)

    ACLU of North Carolina, Raleigh, NC

    Katrina Braun (Katie) will be working at the ACLU of North Carolina representing unaccompanied minor asylum-seekers, particularly in appeals challenging the lack of procedural rights afforded to this highly vulnerable population.
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  • Joseph Breen (J.D. '18)

    New York Legal Assistance Group, New York, NY

    Joseph Breen (J.D. '18)

    New York Legal Assistance Group, New York, NY

    Joe Breen has been awarded the Sumner M. Redstone Fellowship to work at the New York Legal Assistance Group, where he will combat fraud and predatory lending in higher education with a focus on representing military veterans.
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  • Joseph Crupi (J.D. '18)

    Institute for Integrated Transitions, Barcelona, Spain

    Joseph Crupi (J.D. '18)

    Institute for Integrated Transitions, Barcelona, Spain

    Joseph's professional and academic work focuses on negotiations, with an emphasis on peace negotiations.
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  • Jacqueline Ebert (J.D. '18)

    Legal Services of Greater Miami, Miami, FL

    Jacqueline Ebert (J.D. '18)

    Legal Services of Greater Miami, Miami, FL

    Jackie Ebert is thrilled to have to opportunity to spend her fellowship term at Legal Services of Greater Miami where she will be working with the staff and guests at Lotus Village, a trauma-informed homeless shelter serving over 500 women and children each night in Miami-Dade County.
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  • Richard Frost (J.D. '18)

    Education Law Center, Newark, NJ

    Richard Frost (J.D. '18)

    Education Law Center, Newark, NJ

    Rich will focus on anti-bullying efforts in order to ensure all students can feel safe and supported in school, seeking to counteract unique threats brought about by the current political climate and the cyber era.
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  • Mariana Garcia Jimeno (LL.M. '18)

    Colombia Diversa, Bogota, Colombia

    Mariana Garcia Jimeno (LL.M. '18)

    Colombia Diversa, Bogota, Colombia

    Before coming to Harvard Law School she worked in Human Rights specifically in cases for the LGBTI community, of women and of people with disabilities and as a researcher in topics related to freedom of speech and press.
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  • Lisa Glukstein (J.D. '18)

    World Resources Institute (WRI), Washington, DC

    Lisa Glukstein (J.D. '18)

    World Resources Institute (WRI), Washington, DC

    Lisa will work with the World Resources Institute (WRI) to use Mexico City’s new City Constitution, in conjunction with domestic and international human rights law, to advocate for the more equitable allocation of government services and infrastructure across Mexico City’s sixteen delegations.
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  • Aaron Hanford (J.D. '18)

    Prairie State Legal Services, Rockford, IL

    Aaron Hanford (J.D. '18)

    Prairie State Legal Services, Rockford, IL

    Aaron will be serving as a staff attorney working in the full range of legal aid areas with a focus on low-income tax problems and Medicaid denials.
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  • Ha Ryong (Michael) Jung (J.D. '18)

    Legal Aid of Cambodia, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

    Ha Ryong (Michael) Jung (J.D. '18)

    Legal Aid of Cambodia, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

    As a recipient of the Sumner M. Redstone Fellowship in Public Service, Michael will be working on issues of children’s rights and justice for children in Cambodia.
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  • Nasheen Kalkat (J.D. '18)

    Reprieve, London, UK

    Nasheen Kalkat (J.D. '18)

    Reprieve, London, UK

    Nasheen will be working at Reprieve in London, UK with support from the Public Service Venture Fund and a Harvard University Travelling Fellowship.
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  • Annie Manhardt (J.D. '18)

    Prisoners' Rights Office, Montpelier, VT

    Annie Manhardt (J.D. '18)

    Prisoners' Rights Office, Montpelier, VT

    Annie will pursue decarceration strategies for incarcerated elders, petition for the release of elders from terms of probation and parole, litigate cases to improve prison healthcare and age-related accommodations, and work closely with local providers to bridge the gap between elder services and re-entry services by creating a resource guide designed specifically to meet the needs of formerly incarcerated elders.
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  • Clíodhna Ni Cheileachair (LL.M. '18)

    British Pregnancy Advisory Service, London, UK

    Clíodhna Ni Cheileachair (LL.M. '18)

    British Pregnancy Advisory Service, London, UK

    Her fellowship work will focus on reproductive rights advocacy and policy work for women in Britain and Northern Ireland. 
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  • Nicholas O'Neill (J.D. '18)

    City of Boston Law Department, Boston, MA

    Nicholas O'Neill (J.D. '18)

    City of Boston Law Department, Boston, MA

    Nick O’Neill will be joining the City of Boston Law Department to support the City’s work on behalf of its citizens through litigation and internal legal advising for municipal agencies.
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  • Alyssa Oravec (J.D. '18)

    Equality Now, New York, NY

    Alyssa Oravec (J.D. '18)

    Equality Now, New York, NY

    Her work with Equality Now will focus on ending sexual violence against women and adolescent girls and achieving legal equality.
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  • Catherine Ordonez (J.D. '18)

    Towards Justice, Denver, CO

    Catherine Ordonez (J.D. '18)

    Towards Justice, Denver, CO

    At Towards Justice, Cat will work to recover stolen wages and empower workers in Denver through direct representation and community lawyering in partnership with a collaborating workers’ center, Centro Humanitario Para Los Trabajadores.
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  • Michael Perloff (J.D. '18)

    ACLU-DC, Washington, DC

    Michael Perloff (J.D. '18)

    ACLU-DC, Washington, DC

    As a fellow with ACLU-DC, Michael will challenge unconstitutional policing in the District of Columbia through impact litigation and direct representation.
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  • Katherine Robinson

    The Bail Project

    Katherine Robinson

    The Bail Project

    Stephanie will aid clients seeking to post bail, facilitate the organization's expansion into new jurisdictions, and pursue litigation related to the bail system.
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  • Samuel Reese (J.D. '18)

    Mississippi Center for Justice, Jackson, MI

    Samuel Reese (J.D. '18)

    Mississippi Center for Justice, Jackson, MI

    While at the organization, Sam will work to reform the Justice Courts, or small claims courts, of Mississippi by providing legal assistance to indigent individuals navigating the court system.
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  • Evelyn Zheng (J.D. '18)

    Advocates for Community Alternatives (ACA), Accra, Ghana

    Evelyn Zheng (J.D. '18)

    Advocates for Community Alternatives (ACA), Accra, Ghana

    Evelyn Zheng, JD’18 will be working with Advocates for Community Alternatives (ACA), based in Accra, Ghana, on challenges in human rights and development.
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