2016 1L Diversity Fellowship Recipients

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Kiet Lam attends the University of California Berkeley School of Law. He graduated from Yale University with a B.A. in economics, and earned his M.P.A. in public policy and analysis from the Baruch College School of Public Affairs. He has worked as a corporate immigration paralegal at Fragomen, Del Ray, Bernsen & Loewy LLP and as an analyst for Kevin Dwarka LLC, Land Use & Economic Consulting. Mr. Lam also interned for the Carolyn Maloney for Congress campaign as well as the New Orleans Civil District Court. He is spending his summer as a judicial extern for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

mELLO  Daniel Mello attends Boston University School of Law. He graduated Boston University with a B.S.B.A. in business, and earned his M.S. in transformational education from The Johns Hopkins University. He has worked as a teacher coach for the Baltimore City Teaching Residency. He also served as math teacher for Teach for America Baltimore, where he piloted restorative justice procedures that were adopted by the school administration to replace zero-tolerance policies. Mr. Mello has interned at Boston Medical Center’s Health Leads and at GLAD Boston, and served as a field investigator for the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination. He is spending his summer as an intern for the City of Boston Department of Labor Relations. 
mILLER  Viona Miller attends New York University School of Law. She graduated from the University of Maryland with a B.S. in civil engineering, and earned her M.A. in educational studies and urban pedagogy from the University of Michigan. She interned at Sanctuary for Families and is a member of the Suspension Representation Project. Ms. Miller also served as a math teacher for Teach for America Detroit, as a science and technology academy instructor for Community Tutoring, and as a mentor and tutor for the “I Can Do That” Outreach program. She is spending her summer as an intern for the Department of Justice Civil Rights Division. 
Ramos  Nadia Ramos attends Georgetown University Law Center. She graduated from Tufts University with a B.A. in international relations and Spanish. She has worked as a paralegal at Shalhoub & Oriacchio and was a program assistant and family involvement coordinator for Jumpstart Americorps Boston. Ms. Ramos also interned for Boston City Hall and Ropes & Gray. She has served as a volunteer and leader at various community service organizations dedicated to fighting inequality, discrimination and injustice. She is spending her summer as an intern for the BLG Clerkship at Mintz Levin and the Boston Attorney General’s Office.  
Seppini  Shane Seppinni attends Stanford Law School. He graduated from Cornell University with a B.Sc. in industrial and labor relations. He has worked as an analyst at Google and as a research assistant for the Office of Dean Harry Katz. Mr. Seppinni also interned for O’Melveny & Myers and Tetra Strategy, and served as a research fellow for the Grassroots Research and Advocacy Movement. He has volunteered for state and community service organizations and served as a pro bono legal advocate for the Legal Aid Society. He is spending his summer as an intern for the Legal Aid Society – Employment Law Center. 
Smith  Kevin Smith attends Boston University School of Law. He graduated from Wake Forest University with a B.A. in English and political science. At Wake, Mr. Smith served in various service and leadership capacities, notably with the Making Manhood Mean More initiative aimed at advancing black male achievement. He has worked as a business development representative for Rapid 7, an annual fund coordinator for Families First Parenting Programs, and an annual giving coordinator for the Boston Museum of Science. His interests include serving as a volunteer judge for the Boston Debate League/Boston Public Schools Partnership and as a regional and national leader in the Wake Forest Alumni Association. Kevin was recently elected as co-president of his law school’s Black Law Student Association.  He is spending his summer as an intern for the BLG Clerkship at Todd & Weld and the City of Boston Law Department.  

 

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