Columbia Law School Student Receives Prestigious Skadden Fellowship in 2015
Caitlyn B. Carpenter '15 Will Work with Young, Indigent Parents Involved in the Child Welfare System at Neighborhood Defender Service of Harlem
New York, March 26, 2015—Caitlyn B. Carpenter ’15 knew when she came to Columbia Law School that she wanted to pursue a career as an advocate for children and young adults. But it was her participation in the Adolescent Representation Clinic that led her to the public-interest work she’ll be doing as one of a select group of law graduates chosen from around the country for this year’s prestigious Skadden Fellowship.
|Caitlyn B. Carpenter '15 will spend her two-year Skadden Fellowship working with young, indigent parents involved with the child welfare system at the Neighborhood Defender Service of Harlem.|