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UNIVERSITY OF BALTIMORE: Sondheim Fellows from UB School of Law Report on Their Summer Public Interest Experiences


By Press release submission | Aug 19, 2019


University of Baltimore issued the following announcement on Aug. 12.

Two students from UB School of Law earned the opportunity to work as Walter Sondheim Public Service Law Fellows this past summer. The program, administered by the Shriver Center at University of Maryland Baltimore County, provides $3,000 grants for students to do public interest work during their summer break. Students with GPAs of 3.0 and above are eligible to apply in the spring.

Autumn Lee, a 2L, worked with the American Bar Association’s Death Penalty Project. Isabelle Ferraro, a 3L, worked with the Maryland Attorney General’s Office. Here are first-person accounts of their experiences.

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Source: University of Baltimore

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