Three Columbia Law School Graduates Awarded Prestigious Fellowships to Pursue Public Service Careers
New York, July 24, 2014—Three Columbia Law School students who have combined academic excellence with a passion for public service have been awarded the prestigious Lowenstein and Berger fellowships, allowing them to pursue careers that serve the public good.
|Dinah Manning '14 will start work in the fall at The Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia.|
|Kinara Flagg '11 will work in the Department of Justice's Civil Rights Division.|
The late Professor Louis Lowenstein ’53 LL.B, left, and famed plaintiffs’ attorney Max Berger ’71 established public interest fellowships at Columbia Law School.