The Center for Chinese Legal Studies, in conjunction with Social Justice Initiatives, awards the Haas Fellowship each year when there are qualified candidates.
Established in 2004, the Marc Haas Public Interest Fellowship supports recent Columbia Law School graduates from greater China to work in public interest law internships in the United States immediately after graduation.
Recent Haas Fellows include:
Bonnie Yuet Wong Tong LL.M. '16. Ms. Tong worked at ABA Rule of Law Initiative (ABA ROLI).
Zhang Wenjuan (Wendy) LL.M. '14. Ms. Zhang worked at the Brennan Center for Justice.
Tze-Wei Ng LL.M. '13: Ms. Ng worked at the Truth and Memory Program, International Centre for Transitional Justice.
Zhang Wanhong LL.M. '12
Ye Mingxin LL.M. ’10: Ms. Ye worked for Restaurant Opportunities Centers United, New York City.
Zhang Hong LL. M. ’09: Ms. Zhang worked for the Natural Resources Defense Council in New York City.
Liu Jingjing, LL.M. ’06: Ms. Liu worked for the National Resources Defense Council in San Francisco.
Scarlett Chang, LL.M. ’05: Ms. Chang is a Staff Attorney for Sanctuary for Families, New York City.
For more information, contact Paulette Roberts.