In 2021, the John Paul Stevens Fellowship Foundation expanded the Justice John Paul Stevens Public Interest Fellowship program in partnership with Florida A&M University College of Law, Howard University School of Law, North Carolina Central University School of Law, Southern University Law Center, Texas Southern University Thurgood Marshall School of Law, and University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law. These law schools are among the nation’s most diverse in terms of faculty and students and are well-known for their commitment to the public interest and preparing a diverse group of law students for leadership.
These law schools have now selected the thirteen outstanding students as 2021 Stevens Public Interest Fellows, and the Foundation is delighted to jointly announce the 2021 Stevens Fellows in collaboration with the law schools. These committed and talented individuals are working at a wide range of public interest organizations in both the public and nonprofit sectors, and they will join a national cohort of 80 Stevens Fellows, the largest group since the Fellowship program’s inception in 1997. The rest of the 2021 Stevens Fellows will be announced by the end of June.
Congratulations to these 2021 Stevens Fellows!
Bridget B. Warlea
Fair & Just Prosecution Fellow