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  • Ariel Ashtamker (J.D. '19)

    ACLU of Nevada, Las Vegas, NV

    Ariel Ashtamker (J.D. '19)

    ACLU of Nevada, Las Vegas, NV

    Ariel will be joining the ACLU of Nevada in her hometown of Las Vegas.
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    Read more about Ariel
  • Lindsay Bailey (J.D. '19)

    Center for Justice and Accountability, San Francisco, CA

    Lindsay Bailey (J.D. '19)

    Center for Justice and Accountability, San Francisco, CA

    Lindsay Bailey 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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    Read more about Lindsay
  • Anastassia Baldrige (J.D. '18)

    Capital Habeas Corpus Unit of the Federal Community Defender Office for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

    Anastassia Baldrige (J.D. '18)

    Capital Habeas Corpus Unit of the Federal Community Defender Office for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

    Ana Baldrige will represent individuals sentenced to death in their post-conviction proceedings at the Capital Habeas Unit of the Federal Community Defender Office for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
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    Read more about Anastassia
  • Sarah Blair (J.D. '19)

    Uptown People's Law Center, Chicago, IL

    Sarah Blair (J.D. '19)

    Uptown People's Law Center, Chicago, IL

    Sarah Blair will spend her fellowship year at Uptown People’s Law Center (UPLC) in Chicago, providing direct services to female prisoners and ensuring that their needs are addressed in UPLC’s ongoing and future impact litigation.
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    Read more about Sarah
  • Luna Borges Pereira Santos (LL.M. '19)

    International Planned Parenthood Foundation/Western Hemisphere Region, New York, NY

    Luna Borges Pereira Santos (LL.M. '19)

    International Planned Parenthood Foundation/Western Hemisphere Region, New York, NY

    Luna was selected as a Kaufman Fellow to work with International Planned Parenthood Federation, Western Hemisphere Region (IPPF/WHR). There she will work with their Rights and Justice Unit, mostly on advocacy, litigation, and in support to youth leadership to advance sexual and reproductive health and rights in the Americas and Caribbean.
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    Read more about Luna
  • Tara Louise Casey (LL.M. '19)

    APPEAL, London

    Tara Louise Casey (LL.M. '19)

    APPEAL, London

    As a Kaufman Fellow at APPEAL (formerly the Centre for Criminal Appeals) in London, Tara will work with the Women’s Justice Initiative on strategic litigation and policy advocacy focused on appealing the convictions and sentences of women in prison.
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    Read more about Tara
  • Hayley Evans (J.D. '19)

    Rights Watch UK, London

    Hayley Evans (J.D. '19)

    Rights Watch UK, London

    At Rights Watch (UK), Hayley will work on issues at the intersection of human rights and national security. In particular, she will work to address the impact of counterterrorism and preventing/countering violent extremism laws, polices, and practices on women’s human rights.
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    Read more about Hayley
  • Megan Field (J.D. '19)

    American Oversight, Washington, D.C.

    Megan Field (J.D. '19)

    American Oversight, Washington, D.C.

    Megan Field will spend her fellowship year at American Oversight, using public records laws to expose and fight corruption in the executive branch.
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    Read more about Megan
  • Emerson Gordon-Marvin (J.D. '19)

    Demos, Boston, MA

    Emerson Gordon-Marvin (J.D. '19)

    Demos, Boston, MA

    Emerson Gordon-Marvin has been awarded the Sumner M. Redstone Fellowship to work Dēmos, where he will fight disenfranchisement stemming from the criminal-justice system.
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    Read more about Emerson
  • Kimberly Grano (J.D. '19)

    ACLU of San Diego and Imperial Counties, San Diego, CA

    Kimberly Grano (J.D. '19)

    ACLU of San Diego and Imperial Counties, San Diego, CA

    Kimberly will spend her fellowship year with the ACLU of San Diego and Imperial Counties, where she will work with the immigrants' rights litigation team.
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    Read more about Kimberly
  • Matthew Griechen (J.D. '19)

    Reprieve US, New Orleans, LA

    Matthew Griechen (J.D. '19)

    Reprieve US, New Orleans, LA

    Matthew Griechen will spend his fellowship year with Reprieve working on its projects related to human rights and counterterrorism.
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    Read more about Matthew
  • Milo Inglehart (J.D. '19)

    Sylvia Rivera Law Project, New York, NY

    Milo Inglehart (J.D. '19)

    Sylvia Rivera Law Project, New York, NY

    Milo Inglehart will be joining the Sylvia Rivera Law Project in New York City on a Sumner M. Redstone Fellowship in Public Service. Milo will be working to improve access to health care for low-income transgender, gender non-conforming, and intersex New Yorkers through direct representation, coalition building, and policy advocacy.
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    Read more about Milo
  • Alexi Jenkins (J.D. '19)

    The Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA

    Alexi Jenkins (J.D. '19)

    The Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA

    Alexi Jenkins will spend her fellowship year at the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles (LAFLA), establishing clinics at domestic violence shelters in order to meet the family law needs of immigrant survivors of color.
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    Read more about Alexi
  • Radhika Kapoor (J.D. '19)

    Public International Law & Policy Group, Washington, D.C.

    Radhika Kapoor (J.D. '19)

    Public International Law & Policy Group, Washington, D.C.

    As a Kaufman Fellow, Radhika has elected to work at the Public International Law and Policy Group (PILPG) in Washington DC as a Law Fellow specializing in transitional justice for conflict-ridden and newly post-conflict countries.
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    Read more about Radhika
  • Miranda Mammen (J.D. '19)

    National Domestic Workers Alliance, Oakland, CA

    Miranda Mammen (J.D. '19)

    National Domestic Workers Alliance, Oakland, CA

    Miranda Mammen is going to work with the National Domestic Workers Alliance in Oakland, CA. Her project will enforce and improve labor standards for domestic workers across the state, including nannies, house cleaners, and personal attendants for elders and people with disabilities.
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    Read more about Miranda
  • Amy Maurer (J.D. '19)

    National Center for Law and Economic Justice, New York, NY

    Amy Maurer (J.D. '19)

    National Center for Law and Economic Justice, New York, NY

    Amy Maurer is going to work at the National Center for Law and Economic Justice in New York City. She will focus on enforcing and expanding the rights of workers in the home healthcare industry through direct representation, policy advocacy, and impact litigation.
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    Read more about Amy
  • Natalie McCauley (J.D. '19)

    Public International Law & Policy Group, Washington, D.C. & Amman, Jordan

    Natalie McCauley (J.D. '19)

    Public International Law & Policy Group, Washington, D.C. & Amman, Jordan

    Natalie will join the Public International Law & Policy Group as a Law Fellow in their Washington, DC headquarters and Amman, Jordan field office.
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    Read more about Natalie
  • Eliza McDuffie (J.D. '19)

    Roderick & Solange MacArthur Justice Center, Washington D.C.

    Eliza McDuffie (J.D. '19)

    Roderick & Solange MacArthur Justice Center, Washington D.C.

    Eliza McDuffie will be working at the MacArthur Justice Center’s Appellate Project in Washington, D.C., where she will focus on using appellate litigation as a vehicle for change in the criminal justice system.
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    Read more about Eliza
  • Madeleine O'Neill (J.D. '19)

    Southern Center for Human Rights, Atlanta, GA

    Madeleine O'Neill (J.D. '19)

    Southern Center for Human Rights, Atlanta, GA

    Madeleine O’Neill will be representing indigent clients facing the death penalty as a member of the Capital Litigation Unit at Southern Center for Human Rights.
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    Read more about Madeleine
  • Sara Oh (J.D. '19)

    World Relief DuPage/Aurora, Chicago, IL

    Sara Oh (J.D. '19)

    World Relief DuPage/Aurora, Chicago, IL

    Sara will be working as a staff attorney with World Relief in Chicago, Illinois, providing legal aid to refugees, asylum seekers, and others seeking humanitarian immigration services.
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    Read more about Sara
  • Brianne Power (J.D. ’18)

    Towards Justice, Denver, Colorado

    Brianne Power (J.D. ’18)

    Towards Justice, Denver, Colorado

    Brianne has been awarded a 2019-2019 PSVF fellowship to work at Towards Justice in Denver, Colorado. At Towards Justice, Brianne will work to recover stolen wages and empower workers across Colorado.
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    Read more about Brianne
  • Elisa Quiroz (J.D. '19)

    TRIAL International, Geneva, Switzerland

    Elisa Quiroz (J.D. '19)

    TRIAL International, Geneva, Switzerland

    Elisa will be working at TRIAL International in Geneva, Switzerland. At TRIAL she will work as a staff attorney with the Investigations and Criminal Law Division (ICLD), which brings cases against individuals and corporations for genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes and apartheid.
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    Read more about Elisa
  • Ali Szemanski (J.D. '19)

    ACLU of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

    Ali Szemanski (J.D. '19)

    ACLU of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

    Ali Szemanski will serve as a PSVF Redstone Fellow at the ACLU of Pennsylvania, in the organization’s Pittsburgh office, where she was lucky to intern between her second and third years of law school. She will work as a junior staff attorney on the organization’s ongoing litigation, as well as help to investigate and develop potential new cases.
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  • Natalie Trigo Reyes (J.D. '19)

    Miguel Agustín Pro Juárez Human Rights Center (Center Prodh), Mexico City, Mexico

    Natalie Trigo Reyes (J.D. '19)

    Miguel Agustín Pro Juárez Human Rights Center (Center Prodh), Mexico City, Mexico

    Natalie will be working as a staff attorney in the International Department of the Miguel Agustín Pro Juárez Human Rights Center (Center Prodh), one of Mexico’s leading human rights non-governmental organizations (NGOs)—leading the fight against government misconduct and impunity by defending and promoting the respect for human rights in Mexico, focusing on traditionally marginalized communities, such as indigenous peoples, women, and migrants.
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    Read more about Natalie
  • Megan Vees (J.D. '18)

    The Bail Project, Venice, CA

    Megan Vees (J.D. '18)

    The Bail Project, Venice, CA

    Megan Vees will be working at The Bail Project, which combats mass incarceration by posting bail for defendants who would otherwise remain detained due to poverty.
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    Read more about Megan
  • Jianing Xie (J.D. '19)

    Cabrini Green Legal Aid, Chicago, IL

    Jianing Xie (J.D. '19)

    Cabrini Green Legal Aid, Chicago, IL

    Jianing Xie will be working at Cabrini Green Legal Aid (CGLA) in Chicago, Illinois to establish a Family Defense Practice for the organization.
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    Read more about Jianing