January 5, 2009
2009 Bellow Scholars Announced
The Clinical Section's Lawyering in the Public Interest Bellow Scholar Commitee has announced this year's Bellow Scholars:
Faith Mullen, Access to Justice and Community Involvement in the DC Office of Administrative Hearings (Catholic)
David Santacroce, The Consequences of Institutionalization for the Teaching-Service Mission of Clinics (Michigan)
Mary Spector, The Impact of Debt Collection Litigation on Consumers and Courts (Southern Methodist)
The recipients will be acknowledged at the clinical section luncheon in San Diego, and will present their work in a concurrent session at the May clinical conference in Cleveland. Our third annual Bellow Scholar Workshop to support the scholars will be held next fall at Penn Law School in Philadelphia.
The recipients were chosen from among an exemplary group of applicants. The committee looks forward to working with them in the coming years and especially to seeing the outcome of the important projects on which they've embarked. In the mean time, please join us in congratulating them!
Happy New Year,
Bellow Scholar Committee
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