Just announced: 14 law students receive UBSPI grants

Emily Rogers, assistant director of UB’s Law Career Development Office, sends breaking news:

The University of Baltimore Students for Public Interest (UBSPI) has awarded grants to 14 University of Baltimore School of Law students to intern at public-interest organizations and offices this summer. Funding for the grants comes from UBSPI’s annual public-interest auction, held Feb. 26 at the Angelos Law Center, as well as from the law school, its faculty and staff, and the Maryland Legal Services Corporation.

Please congratulate the recipients of this year’s grants and thank them for their dedication to public-interest law:

Anna Clark, Sexual Assault/Spousal Abuse Resource Center

Patricia Tuon, HopeWorks of Howard County

Sonya Sadjadi, Maryland Disability Law Center

Michelle Dauksha, HopeWorks of Howard County

Kathleen Woell, Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service

Cabo Granato, Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service

Andrew Siske, Kennedy Krieger’s Project HEAL

Aneesa Khan, Capital Defender Office of Northern Virginia

Maureen Apugo, The Maryland Public Defender’s Office, Post-Conviction Division

Brian Ingram, Public Defender’s Office of Baltimore City, Felony Trial Division

Jared Lerner, Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Enforcement & Compliance Assurance

Elizabeth Hays, United States Coast Guard JAG Legal Office

Matt Rentz, Florida State Attorney’s Office, 20th Judicial Circuit

Michael Bullock, Maryland Office of the Attorney General, Organized Crime Division

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