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Updates @ UC Law - Special Edition 2009

What Can You Do with $625?

We hope you enjoy this special issue of Updates@UCLaw, focusing on recent graduates and students who have made public interest law their career choice. Our colleagues highlighted in this edition of Updates are zealous public interest advocates who, as you will read, reflect strongly on the values taught and lessons learned in and out of the classroom.  (Read more)  

Rob Wall, '08—Ohio Justice and Policy Center, Skadden Fellow/Staff Attorney

Wall is a staff attorney/youth outreach coordinator with the Ohio Justice and Policy Center. He was awarded a Skadden Fellowship upon graduation. (Read more about Rob)

 

Elizabeth Tull, '07—Legal Aid Society of Southwest Ohio, Staff Attorney

Tull is a staff attorney with Legal Aid Society of Southwest Ohio. She was awarded an Equal Justice Works Fellowship upon graduation.  (Read more about Elizabeth)

 

Josh Crabtree, '02—Managing Attorney, Children's Law Center, Covington, KY

Crabtree is the managing attorney with the Children’s Law Center. A former grant recipient, his role with CLC also includes selecting and hiring UC Law students each summer. (Read more about Josh)

 

Jenna Johnson, '10—Legal Aid of Western Ohio, Dayton, OH

Johnson, a 2L student, interned with Legal Aid of Western Ohio in Dayton, Ohio, last summer.  (Read more about Jenna)

 

 

Gregory Q. Carter, '09—Office of the Public Defender, Fredericksburg, VA

 Carter, a 3L student graduating this May, served in the Office of the Public Defender in Fredericksburg, Virginia this past summer. He will work with the New Orleans Public Defender office following graduation. (Read more about Gregory)

 

 

Allison Schwartz, '10—Public Defender, Mental Health Division, Washington, DC

 Schwartz, a 2L student, interned with the Mental Health Division of the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia in Washington, DC last summer. (Read more about Allison)