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March 23, 2010

Oregon Law Students Named Public Honors Fellows by Oregon State Bar

Oregon Law students Moorisha Bey-Taylor and Emily Yip have been selected by the Oregon State Bar to receive Public Honors Fellowships. Each year, the Oregon State Bar’s Affirmative Action Program (AAP) collaborates with Oregon’s law schools to award six total fellowships to law students who intend to practice public interest or public sector law in Oregon and who will help the AAP advance its mission.

Fellows will secure summer employment with an employer participating in the program and receive a $4,800 stipend for their work.

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