22 CUNY Law Students Awarded Revson Law Student Public Interest Fellowships

May 7, 2013 | CUNY School of Law

The Charles H. Revson Law Student Public Interest (LSPIN) Fellowships for 2013 have been announced, and 22 CUNY Law students were among the recipients. Those students will receive stipends for summer placements with public interest organizations in the New York metropolitan area.

This year’s CUNY Law recipients are:

  • Lindsay Adams (’14) — The Legal Aid Society
  • Rebecca Arian (’15) – Lutheran Social Services, Immigrant and Refugee Project
  • Zamir Ben-Dan (’15) – Law Library at Rikers Island
  • Conor Carrigan (’14) – The Legal Aid Society
  • Shakera Ebanks (’14) – Catholic Charities
  • Kurtis Falcone (’14) – New York State Attorney’s Office (Harlem Office)
  • Tana Forrester (’15) – South Brooklyn Legal Services
  • Jonathan Hurt (’14) – Urban Justice Center
  • Marsha Ignatyeva (’14) – Lawyers for Children
  • Marisa Imazu (’14) – The Children’s Law Center
  • Jesse Levine (’15) – The Legal Aid Society, Special Litigation Unit
  • Alexandra MacDougall (’14)  – Sanctuary for Families
  • Ethan Middlebrooks (’14) – New York Lawyers for The Public Interest
  • Rachel Nager (’15) – Brooklyn Legal Services
  • Jeannine Schoos (’15) – National Center for Law and Economic Justice
  • Jillian Schuster (’15) – New York Legal Assistance Group
  • Darlene Sevilla (’14) – Urban Justice Center – Community Development Project
  • Diana Sidlowski (’14) – The Legal Aid Society, Juvenile Rights Practice
  • Stacey Silliman (’14) – MFY Legal Services
  • Maabo Tsheko (’15) – Brooklyn Legal Services
  • Kara Wallis (’15) – The Bronx Defenders
  • Humbert Wong (’14) – Safe Horizon

CUNY Law Revson Fellowship Recipients

Back Row (l-r): Zamir Ben-Dan (’15), Jillian Schuster (’15), Ethan Middlebrooks (’14), Kurtis Falcone (’14), Jonathan Hurt (’14), Lindsay Adams (’14)

Middle Row (l-r): Kara Wallis (’15), Tana Forrester (’15), Rachel Nager (’15), Jesse Levine (’15), Alexandra MacDougall (’14), Marisa Imazu (’14)

Front Row (l-r): Maabo Tsheko (’15), Jeannine Schoos (’15), Rebecca Arian (’15)

 

The Revson Fellowship program aims to foster a commitment to service by exposing aspiring lawyers to public sector work, providing them with relevant training for a future career in public interest law, and making it possible for them to forgo summer employment in the private sector.