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Emily Berg - Law & Public Policy Program

https://www2.law.temple.edu/lppp/amo-team/emily-berg/

At Temple, Emily is a member of the Student Public Interest Network (SPIN), the International Law Society, and the Latin American Law Students Association. Next year, Emily will be on the Moot Court team and will serve as the Treasurer of SPIN. This summer, Emily is working at Schwartz & Ballen, a financial services firm in Washington, DC.

Elizabeth G Schultz - Temple Law

https://law.temple.edu/about/student-spotlight/class-of-2018/elizabeth-g-schultz/

I served on the boards of several student orgs: School Discipline Advocacy Service, Student Public Interest Network, and NLG Expungement Project, and I founded the Political and Civil Rights Society. Getting involved in the student org scene is an incredible way to tap into a thriving community and start making connections.

Lisa Burns - Law & Public Policy Program

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Lisa Burns ’18 is a Beasley Scholar and a Law & Public Policy Scholar at Temple University Beasley School of Law. Ms. Burns earned a Bachelor of Arts in Global Studies with a concentration in global health from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. ... Co-Chair of Solicitations for the Student Public Interest Network, and co-founded ...

Giuseppe Galantuomo - Law & Public Policy Program

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Giuseppe Galantuomo LAW ’21 is a 2020 Law & Public Policy Scholar, and Weisman Family Fellow at Temple University Beasley School of Law. ... (LGBT+ student organization). Giuseppe is also a member of Temple Law’s Student Public Interest Network where he acted as its 2019-2020 Dean’s Cup Coordinator. He also volunteers for Temple Law’s ...

Shelby Cherilyn Dolch - Law & Public Policy Program

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Shelby has served as a 1L Representative for the Political & Civil Rights Society, the NLG Expungements Clinic team, the Student Public Interest Network Diversity & Inclusion Committee, and the Student Bar Association. This summer, Shelby is working at the U.S. Department of Justice Office of the Pardon Attorney.

Yuhanna Whye - Law & Public Policy Program

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Yuhanna is a member of the Black Law Student Association (BLSA), Student Public Interest Network (SPIN), and the National Lawyers Guild. During his first year in law school, Yuhanna, along with several other BLSA representatives, co-founded The Adopt-A-School-Initiative. Last summer, Yuhanna served as a law clerk at the Delaware River & Bay ...

Former Student Fellows - Institute for International Law and Public Policy

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At Temple Law School, Ms. Rotchford served as a staff editor, and then articles editor, on the Temple Law Review. She was the co-President of the Temple Law National Lawyers Guild, co-chair of the Immigration and Human Rights Committee, and member of the Student Public Interest Network. 2016-17 IILPP Student Fellows

Alex Dutton - Temple Law

https://law.temple.edu/about/student-spotlight/2015-class/alex-dutton/

I volunteered extensively with the School Discipline Advocacy Service (SDAS) and Youth Courts, as well as the Student Public Interest Network (SPIN). SDAS began as a Temple Law student group, but has grown into a coalition of law students from Temple, Penn, and Drexel law schools who serve as advocates for Philadelphia public schoolchildren facing harsh discipline.

JoAnne A. Epps Memorial Funds – Gift Information - Temple University

https://advancement-sec.temple.edu/s/705/lg22/form.aspx?sid=705&gid=1&pgid=13992&cid=28114&dids=795.5&sort=1&bledit=1&appealcode=ag901&authkey=/kv8hRHE7iO8R2GRnUesrw/uVWXUneX9MvK8xuuunRt7GeyMv2gzNg%3D%3D

The JoAnne A. Epps Endowed Undergraduate Scholarship will be awarded to incoming or current students with demonstrated financial need with a preference for students who have shown a commitment to their community through service, leadership and social justice work or aspire to pursue careers that benefit the public good. I would like to give:

Michaela Kollin - Law & Public Policy Program

https://www2.law.temple.edu/lppp/amo-team/michaela-kollin/

Michaela currently serves as co-captain of th 2024 Jessup Team and as the Social and Community Chair of the Student Public Interest Network. She will also serve as the incoming volunteer coordinator for the Name Change Project. This summer, Michaela will be working at the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia.