Four UDC Law students were chosen for the 2022 Justice John Paul Stevens Public Interest Fellowship Program this summer. Nija Bastfield, Genesis Aguirre Guerra, Taylor Rogers and Robert Ward participated in unpaid public interest summer law positions funded through grants from the John Paul Stevens Foundation.Read More
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Dionne Dillard, Loishirl Hall and Forrest Yang Lindelof will begin fellowships at DC Affordable Law Firm (DCALF) next month, where they will provide affordable and accessible legal services to modest- and lower-income D.C. residents. As part of the fellowship, all three 2022 graduates will receive a no-cost LL.M. in Advocacy […]Read More
3L Nija Bastfield and 2Ls Alexus McNeal and Songo Wawa have been chosen as fellows by LexisNexis African Ancestry Network (AAN) and LexisNexis Rule of Law Foundation (LNROLF) for 2022. Founded last year, the competitive fellowship identifies law students from across the six law schools at Historically Black Colleges and […]Read More
UDC is among five law schools included in an expansion of the Justice John Paul Stevens Public Interest Fellowship program.Read More
UDC Law is excited to announce the launch of a partnership with DC Affordable Law Firm (DCALF) and Georgetown University Law Center that will provide recent UDC Law graduates with low bono experience.Read More