Class of 2022 Selected for Some of the Nation’s Top Honors. 

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Congratulations to members of the class of 2022 who have earned some of the nation’s most prestigious public interest post-graduate fellowships. They will provide critical legal assistance and advocacy to underrepresented clients and communities across the country. “We are immensely proud of our graduates and their commitment to fighting for justice in all areas of the law,” said Renay Frankel ’06, director of public interest and government in the law school’s Center for Co-op and Career Development.

Equal Justice Works Fellowships

Mary Lemay
Greater Boston Legal Services, Family Law, Boston

Maya McCann
Central West Justice Center, Springfield, Mass.

Bavani Sridhar
Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles, Los Angeles

Milo Vieland
Legal Council for Health Justice, Chicago

Georgetown Women’s Law and Public Policy Fellowship
Mackenzie Darling
Georgetown Law Center O’Neill Institute for National & Global Health Law, Washington, DC

Immigrant Justice Corps Fellowship
Claudia Pepe
Safe Passage Project, New York

Justice Catalyst Fellowship
Alessandrea Stevens
Sur Legal Collaborative, Decatur, Ga.

Skadden Fellowship

Diana Howat
The EdLaw Project, Boston

In addition to these national fellowship programs, a number of graduates have also secured fellowships with an impressive variety of firms and organizations. These include:

Mary Sasso
Clean Air Task Force, Boston

Margaret Foster
Georgetown Law Center on Privacy & Technology, Washington, DC

Benjamin Calitri
Kohn, Kohn & Colapinto, Washington, DC

Antonio Coronado
Clinical Teaching Fellow, Georgetown Law School Racial Equity in Education Law and Policy Clinic

Mahathi Vemireddy
National Advocates for Pregnant Women, New York

Amelia Caramadre
Northeastern University School of Law Health in Justice Action Lab, Boston

Shayna Scott
Rutgers Law School Immigrant Justice Clinic, Newark

Brianna Ziegenhagen
The Sierra Club, Washington, DC

Christine Raymond
Van Der Hout, San Francisco