25 UConn Law Students Working in Public Interest Summer Fellowships

25 UConn Law Students Working in Public Interest Summer Fellowships
June 14, 2019
Hartford, CT

Twenty-five UConn School of Law students are spending the summer working for government and non-profit agencies as the recipients of public interest fellowships.

Students receiving Public Interest Law Group fellowships are:

  • Jeffrey Curtin '21, New Haven Legal Assistance Association, New Haven CT
  • Jessica David '20, Association of Africans Living in Vermont, Burlington VT
  • Megan DeFrank '21, New Haven Legal Assistance Association, New Haven CT
  • Thomas Dupont '21, Greater Hartford Legal Aid, Hartford CT
  • Nathan Fox '21, CT Fair Housing Center, Hartford CT
  • Glenn Holmes '20, U.S. Attorney’s Office, District of Connecticut, Hartford CT
  • Melissa King '21, Greater Hartford Legal Aid, Hartford CT
  • Katarina Marczeski '20, Office of the Defender General, Montpelier VT 
  • Libby Reinish '20, Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office, Boston MA
  • Danielle Schmalz '21, Legal Services of Hudson Valley, Newburgh NY 
  • Sydnee Sousa '21, CT Commission on Human Rights, Hartford CT
  • Celena Stoia '21, CT State’s Attorney’s Office - Tolland County, Rockville CT

Students receiving William F. Starr Public Sector/Government fellowships are:

  • Donald Anderson '21, U.S. District Court, Chambers of the Honorable Alfred E. Covello, Hartford CT
  • Maryam Bitar '20, Center for Children’s Advocacy, Hartford CT
  • Sophie Bossart '21, U.S. District Court, Chambers of Honorable Jeffrey Alker Meyer, New Haven CT
  • Kelly Butricks '21, U.S. District Court, Chambers of the Honorable Alfred E. Covello, Hartford CT
  • Jillian Chambers '21, Connecticut Office of the Attorney General, Hartford CT
  • Adam Ghalmi '20, Kings Country District Attorney, Brooklyn NY
  • Duncan Grimm '21, Connecticut Governor’s Office, General Counsel’s Office, Hartford CT
  • Jennifer Labbadia '20, Hartford Immigration Court, Hartford CT
  • Kelly Petit '20, Division of Public Defender Services, Hartford CT
  • Amanda Studley '21, U.S. District Court, Chambers of the Honorable Michael P. Shea, Hartford CT
  • Jessica Zaccagnino '20, Office State Ethics, Hartford CT

In addition, Rachel Catanese '21 is working at Sanctuary for Families in New York City under a Human Rights Institute Fellowship and Vania Legall '20 is working at the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut in Bridgeport under a Thomas J. Meskill Fellowship.