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September 29, 2020
Six rising 2Ls at NYU School of Law have been selected as the 2020 Paul, Weiss Fellows at the Center for Race, Inequality and the Law. Over the 2020-2021 academic year, the Fellows will work to further the center’s goal of confronting and changing the laws, policies and practices that lead to the oppression and marginalization of people of color.
“The Paul, Weiss Fellows play a key role in all our work,” says Anthony Thompson, founding faculty director of the Center. “They conduct research, write memoranda and briefs, prepare expert testimony on legislation and contribute in many other ways. The Center can accomplish so much more because of the Paul, Weiss Fellows.”
The six Fellows themselves reflect a diverse set of backgrounds and experiences. They come from across the country and had a variety of experiences before becoming law students at NYU School of Law.
- Isaiah Anderson graduated from Boston College with a B.A. in International Studies and worked as a paralegal at Paul, Weiss before law school.
- David Jacobs graduated from Brown University before serving as spokesperson for the Civil Rights Division at the U.S. Department of Justice during the Obama Administration.
- Stephanie Kerr graduated from Tufts University, where she majored in Psychology and Community Health, and held several roles at City Year in L.A. before attending law school.
- Maya McDonnell graduated from Wesleyan University with a degree in Government and concentrations in Writing and International Relations, and worked as an immigration paralegal at Fragomen prior to law school.
- Alina Tulloch graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a major in Psychology and a minor in Hispanic Studies, before serving in various student-facing and administrative roles at Broward College.
- Jamie Hin Hon Wong graduated from Brandeis University where she majored in Sociology and minored in Social Justice and Social Policy, and Legal Studies. Prior to law school, she worked as a paralegal in the Antitrust Division in the Department of Justice.
Click here to learn more about the Fellows.