The Douglass Fellowship gives law students who demonstrate a passion for human trafficking policy the opportunity to gain indispensable knowledge and skills to aid them in their work.
Sam Burgess (’20), Daniel Ordorica (’19), and Cloe Pippin (’20) have earned internships in several Massachusetts state government offices.
As an IJC Fellow, Fuleihan will join the immigration department of the New Haven Legal Assistance Association.
Ibrahim, the fifth Immigrants’ Rights & Human Trafficking Program alum to earn this fellowship, will clerk for the Los Angeles Immigration Court.
As a fellow at GE Digital in San Ramon, California, Lobo has gained experience and connections in corporate law and technology transactions.
Chadwick knit together unique experiential learning opportunities at BU Law to earn her dream job helping survivors of human trafficking.
Brittany Nieves (’19) wins a Goodwin Diversity Fellowship.
The Public Service Fellowships will help our newest alumni launch careers in nonprofit organizations and government agencies.
Mario Paredes (’18) and Celeste Peay (’19) earned public policy internships in key Massachusetts state offices.
Malavika Lobo (’17) starts a yearlong fellowship in August with GE Digital in San Ramon, California.