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May 22, 2009

OLSPIF Announces 2009 Stipend Recipients

The Oregon Law Students Public Interest Fund (“OLSPIF”) recently announced the names of its 2009 stipend recipients. The following students will be pursuing public interest work throughout the summer:
 
Kathryn Peters
Lane County Law and Advocacy Center
 
Kerry Lewiecki
Disability Law Center
 
Lindsay Day
Lane County Law and Advocacy Center
 
Jeremy Pyle
Oregon Department of Justice, Environmental Enforcement

Daniel Wayne
Supportive Parents Information Network

Emily Marrer
Juvenile Rights Project
 
Naomi Rowden
Crag Law Center 

Amanda Husted
San Francisco Office of the Public Defender, Juvenile Division

Dave Kim
San Bernadino County District Attorney’s Office

Alexandra Kamel
U.S. Department of Justice Natural Resources Division (Sacramento)

Holly Jacobsen
California District Attorney’s Association, Environmental Prosecutions

Rebecca Bateman
Cook County State Attorney’s Office, Felony Trail Division
 
OLSPIF is a non-profit run by the students of Oregon Law. The mission of OLSPIF is to enable law student employment in the public interest and to support greater community access to legal representation. Through fundraising efforts, the group is able to award $3,000 stipends to qualified students who accept public interest positions that otherwise are unpaid.

 

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