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May 19, 2014

OLSPIF announces 2014 stipend recipients

Thanks to the generous support from Oregon Law alumni, friends, faculty, staff, students, and fundraising, the Oregon Law Students Public Interest Fund (OLSPIF) was able to award 12 stipends of $4,000 each to qualified students who accepted public interest positions that otherwise would be unpaid. Stipend recipients agree to work 400 hours in legal positions during a ten-week period, supervised by attorneys. The 2014 stipend recipients will work for a range of legal employers, including legal aid and public defender offices, outdoor programs, and workers and children’s advocacy offices, among others.

Jason Pierson, 2L, Youth, Rights, and Justice

Cassandra Snelling, 1L, The Gateway Center

Alina Salo, 1L, Lane County Legal Aid and Adovacy Center

Franz Bruggemeier, 1L, Civil Liberties Defense Center

Noah Glusman, 1L, Access the Law

Marianne Ober, 2L, Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon-SOAR/Oregon Clean Water Action Project

Alena Morgan, 1L, Northwest Workers' Justice Project

Katherine Lubiani, 1L, Access the Law

Jennifer Zammetti, 1L, Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Jackson County

Jacek Berka, 2L, Municipality of Anchorage

Rory Isbell, 1L, Cascadia Wildlands

Katie Carey, 1L, Food & Water Watch

OLSPIF is a non-profit organization run by and for the students of the University of Oregon School of Law. Their mission is to enable law student employment in public interest work and to support greater community access to legal representation.

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