Squire Patton Boggs Foundation Welcomes 2019 Public Policy Fellows

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    The Squire Patton Boggs Foundation is pleased to welcome its 2019 Class of Public Policy Fellows.

    The Foundation is rooted in a history of civil rights advocacy, originally funded with lawyers’ fees from a pro bono employment discrimination case. Since 2004, the Foundation has awarded more than 240 fellowships to exceptional law students who demonstrate a steadfast commitment to public service. This year’s Public Policy, Sustained Impact Program and Pulitzer Center Fellowships were awarded to law students at 16 law schools and a European Public Policy Institute. Fellows commit their summers to public service and to advancing public policy by working at nonprofit institutions, government agencies and international legal organizations. 2019 has been a landmark year, accepting a record 23 Fellows into the program.

    John Oberdorfer, the Foundation’s president, said: “This class is filled with outstanding students who are doing very important pro bono legal work for public interest organizations and government entities in Puerto Rico, across the continental United States, and in Europe.  All of us associated with the Foundation are pleased to be able to facilitate our Fellows’ passion for public service and pro bono legal work, and we are inspired by the many ways that they are making a difference.”

    The Foundation proudly introduces its 2019 Fellows:

    • Edmarie Rosario-Marín, Sustained Impact Program Fellow, Centro Para Puerto Rico (San Juan, PR)
    • Andreana Paz, Sustained Impact Program Fellow, Centro Para Puerto Rico (San Juan, PR)
    • Caroline R. Ford, Pulitzer Center Fellow, Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting (Washington DC)
    • Daniel Schwaber, American University Washington College of Law, US Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (Washington DC)
    • Asako Ejima, Case Western Reserve University School of Law, Asian Services in Action, Inc. (Cleveland, OH)
    • Laura Graham, Case Western Reserve University School of Law, International Criminal Court (The Hague, Netherlands)
    • Andrea D. Laprade, Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law, Ayuda, Inc. (Washington DC)
    • Anne-Julie Revault, College d’Europe, Commercial Service of the US Mission to the EU (Brussels, Belgium)
    • Sarah Nesbitt, Georgetown University Law Center, National Advocates for Pregnant Women (New York, NY)
    • Chidiuto Ononiwu Cobb, Howard University School of Law, Just Neighbors (Annandale, VA)
    • Mónica Rodríguez, Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law, Ayuda Legal Huracan Maria (San Juan, PR)
    • Lindsay Pearlman, The George Washington University Law School, Office of the Director of National Intelligence (Washington DC)
    • Nicholas Pasquarello, The Ohio State University Michael E. Moritz College of Law, Advocates for Basic Legal Equality (Dayton, OH)
    • Marion Humphrey, University of Arkansas School of Law, Campaign for Youth Justice (Washington DC)
    • Dominique Marangoni-Simonsen, University of California Hastings College of Law, US Department of Agriculture Office of General Counsel (San Francisco, CA)
    • Nora Koppelman, University of Colorado Law School, Center for Children’s Law and Policy (Washington DC)
    • Hayden DePorter, University of Denver Sturm College of Law, One Colorado (Denver, CO)
    • Connor Koval, University of Denver Sturm College of Law, Colorado District Attorneys’ Council (Denver, CO)
    • Gabrielle Wynn, University of Miami School of Law, Center for Reproductive Rights (New York, NY)
    • Brooke Elizabeth Hollmann, University of Texas School of Law, US Agency for International Development (Washington DC)
    • Filzah Iqbal, University of Virginia School of Law, Office of National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, DHHS (Washington DC)
    • Anna Cecile Pepper, University of Virginia School of Law, Office of International Affairs, Department of Justice (Washington DC)
    • Benjamin Daus-Haberle, Yale Law School, Department of Defense Office of General Counsel (Washington DC)

    Further information on the Squire Patton Boggs Foundation is available here. To contact the Foundation’s secretary, please email squirepattonboggsfoundation@squirepb.com.

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