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Thurgood Marshall Fellowship

The Thurgood Marshall Fellowship Program was established in 1993 to provide exceptional minority law students with the opportunity to work with the Association to advance the goals of civil rights and equal justice that are Justice Marshall’s legacy.  The fellowships are funded by the Orison S. Marden Lecture Fund and are open to second- and third-year minority students from New York area law schools.

 

2009

Sarah E. Chambers, Rutgers University

 

2008

Crystal Lopez, Columbia Law School
Cherice Vanderhall, Touro Law Center

 

2007

Shuva Paul, CUNY School of Law
Johane Severin, Brooklyn Law School

 

2006

LaTanya Harry, Rutgers University School of Law
Klara Ng, Brooklyn Law School

 

2005

Dariely Rodriguez, Hofstra University School of Law
Michael S. Oppenheimer, CUNY Law School

 

2004
Luz Medrano, CUNY School of Law
Brooke Sealy, Columbia University School of Law
Jenny Yun, Fordham University School of Law

 

2003

Aarthi Belani, New York University School of Law
Kelli Lane, Rutgers University School of Law
Ami Sanghvi, Fordham University School of Law

 

2002

Andrea Anderson, Brooklyn Law School
Sarah Lazare, CUNY Law School
Rebecca Velez, Fordham University School of Law

2001

Bernice Polanco, Fordham University School of Law
S. Omell Richards, Brooklyn Law School
Subha Dhanaraj, Fordham University School of Law

2000

Alice Eddie Baker, New York University School of Law
Baaba Halm, Brooklyn Law School
Tina Matsuoka, Fordham University School of Law

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