2018 Diversity Fellowship Scholarship Award Recipients

2018 Wayne A. Budd And Marian A. Tse Scholarship Recipients

Hamilton
Christopher Hamilton attends Boston University School of Law.  He graduated from Boston University with a B.A. in English Language and Literature.  He has worked as a practice support assistant through the Paralegal Program at Kirkland & Ellis LLP and as an administrative coordinator for BioCare Diagnostics, which provides high quality ultrasound services to hospitals, rehabilitation facilities, multi-physician practices and their independent women’s imaging center.  Mr. Hamilton also served as a pro bono coordinator for Kirkland & Ellis and was a review analyst for Granite Telecommunications.  He spent his 1L summer as a judicial intern for the Honorable Richard G. Stearns, United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts.  He was a Goodwin 1L Diversity Fellowship recipient and is joining the 2019 Goodwin summer program in Boston.
Kim Helen Kim attends Boston College Law School.  She graduated from Smith College with a B.A. in Government.  She has worked as a legal specialist for Mintz Levin and as a patent paralegal for Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research and Wolf Greenfield.  Ms. Kim also served as a Criminal Appeals Bureau intern for The Legal Aid Society, the oldest and largest provider of legal aid to those in poverty in the United States, and as a legal documenter for Shinhan Bank.  She spent her 1L summer as an intern for the San Francisco City Attorney’s Office in the Real Estate and Finance team.  She was a Goodwin 1L Diversity Fellowship recipient and is joining the 2019 Goodwin summer program in San Francisco.
Marin Isabel Marin attends Harvard Law School.  She graduated from Yale University with a B.A. in Humanities.  She has served in various roles in the United States Marine Corps, including logistics officer and platoon commander, where she led 40 Marines during pre-deployment training and deployment to the Middle East.  More recently, she served as company commander where she led, managed and trained 130 Marines.  Ms. Marin also served as a research assistant for International Security Studies at Yale University.  She spent her 1L summer as an intern for the United States Attorney’s Office - District of Massachusetts (Criminal Division).  She was a Goodwin 1L Diversity Fellowship recipient and is joining the 2019 Goodwin summer program in Boston 
Petty Photo Victoria Petty attends Berkeley Law.  She graduated from Howard University with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering. She has worked as an office assistant for the Houston Law Group and as a student engineer in the Aromatics Chemical Plant Technical Division at the ExxonMobil Chemical Company.  Ms. Petty also served as a researcher for the Howard University Chemical Engineering Department and the Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de Puebla in Mexico.  She also led project teams in El Salvador, Kenya and Haiti, as a project leader for Engineers Without Borders.  She spent her 1L summer as an intern for Marin Clean Energy.  She was a Goodwin 1L Diversity Fellowship recipient and is joining the 2019 Goodwin summer program in Silicon Valley. 

2018 Richard A. Soden And Paul W. Lee Scholarship Recipients

Adeigbo Christopher Adeigbo attends University of Michigan Law School.  He graduated from West Virginia University with a B.S. in Strategic Communications and a minor in Business Administration.  During his undergraduate education, he led a student team in a grant funded study of community revitalization. The resulting work won national awards and initiated a string of similar projects.  He has held multiple leadership positions within Girl Scouts of America.  Mr. Adeigbo has also served as a manager for Atria’s restaurant in Morgantown, West Virginia, where he managed a staff of 30 people.  He spent his 1L summer as a summer associate for Bowles Rice LLP in Charleston, West Virginia.  He is joining the 2019 Goodwin summer program in Boston.
Fontes Nicole Fontes attends Harvard Law School.  She graduated from Boston College with a B.A. in History.  Through Counsel on Call, she worked as a Business Analyst for the Fidelity Investments legal department, where she supported the internal operations consulting team with process analysis, training and implementation of new initiatives, project management, and the development of communications.  Ms. Fontes also served as an operations intern for the Office of Governor Deval L. Patrick, where she managed logistical needs and arrangements for events on the Governor’s schedule.  She spent her 1L summer as a summer associate for WilmerHale in Boston.  She is joining the 2019 Goodwin summer program in Boston.
Myint
Su Myint attends Berkeley Law. She graduated from University of Arizona with a B.A. in Political Science & Philosophy. She served as a high school global history teacher for Teach for America in the Bronx, New York, where she increased the 9th grade state exam pass rate by 30%, in which 50% of those passing were students with disabilities. Ms. Myint spent her 1L summer as a judicial extern for the Honorable Laurel Beeler, United States District Court for the Northern District of California. She was recognized as a California Bar Foundation 1L Diversity Scholar. She is joining the 2019 Goodwin summer program in Los Angeles.
Okorie
Edgar Okorie is a Jack Kent Cooke Graduate Scholar. He attends Columbia Law School, and graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with a B.S. in Business Administration. Prior to attending Columbia, he worked as a graduate student instructor, teaching finance and intermediate macroeconomics at the Walter A. Haas School of Business. Mr. Okorie spent his 1L summer as a legal intern in the Consumer Frauds Bureau at the New York State Office of the Attorney General.  He is joining the 2019 summer program in Boston.
Seraji Samira Seraji attends Berkeley Law.  They graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara, with a B.A. in Economics and Political Science.  They worked as a student participant for the Consumer Rights Workshop and researched current laws and regulations on consumer protection, bankruptcy, products liability and insurance disputes.  Samira also served as a legal intern for the Los Angeles LGBT Center and performed client intakes and assisted in safety planning, including connecting transgender clients with safe employment.  During summer 2018, Samira was a 1L LCLD scholar legal intern for The Clorox Company.  They will be joining the 2019 summer program in San Francisco.

 

 

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