2019 Diversity Fellowship Scholarship Recipients

2019 Wayne A. Budd And Marian A. Tse Scholarship Recipients

Briana Adams Seton
Briana Adams-Seaton attends the Howard University School of Law. She graduated from The Pennsylvania State University in 2016 with a dual B.A. degree in Communication Arts and Sciences and Spanish. During her undergraduate career, Briana received the Bunton Waller Scholarship and was President of the Multicultural Undergraduate Law Association. She was also a Legal Assistant in the Medical Malpractice and Family Divisions at the U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Justice. Presently, Briana serves as an Associate Solicitations and Submissions Editor of the Howard Law Journal. She has also clerked for Administrative Judge Montez Cobb at the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and became a member of the Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity. She spent her 1L summer as a Judicial Intern for The Honorable Tanya Jones Bosier at the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. Briana was a 2019 Goodwin 1L Diversity Fellowship recipient and is joining the 2020 Goodwin summer program in Washington, DC.
Michelle Chaing Perry
Michelle Chaing Perry attends Boston College Law School. She graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles in 2006 with a dual B.A. degree in Philosophy and French and Francophone Literature. She went on to receive her M.A. in International Economic Policy from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris – Science Po, where her thesis focused on how China defied traditional models for economic growth. Prior to attending law school, Michelle was a Public Policy Representative on the HomeAway Public Policy Team for the Expedia Group. She has previously worked for the American Chamber of Commerce in Taipei as a Finance and Economics Analyst Intern, a Public Affairs Assistant Manager for Pernod Ricard Asia, and a Senior Public Policy & Government Relations Associate for Uber Technologies, Inc. In addition to her legal studies, Michelle is Vice President of External Affairs, focusing on 1L career development for the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association. She was a Goodwin 1L Diversity Fellowship recipient and is joining the 2020 Goodwin summer program in Boston.

2019 Richard A. Soden And Paul W. Lee Scholarship Recipients

Lucy Dempsey

Lucy Dempsey attends the Washington & Lee University School of Law. She graduated cum laude from Davidson College with a B.A. in Political Science in 2016. Currently, Lucy is a staffwriter on the Washington & Lee Law Review, serves as Treasurer for OUTLaw, and is Symposium Chair for the Women Law Students Organization on campus. She is also a Kirgis Fellow mentor for 1L students. Prior to attending law school, she worked at Venable LLP as a Law and Policy Aide for the eCommerce, Privacy and Cybersecurity practice in Washington, DC. She spent her 1L summer as a Judicial Intern for the Honorable Paul G. Feinman of the New York State Court of Appeals. She will be joining the 2020 Goodwin summer program in New York.

Taylor Frazier
Taylor Lauren Frazier attends the Washington University School of Law in St. Louis. She graduated cum laude from Princeton University with an A.B. in History and a certificate in African American Studies in 2014. She went on to receive her MPH in Maternal and Child Health Policy from Boston University in 2016, where her capstone project focused on using health care regulation and planning to reduce harm to children with asthma in the United States. Prior to attending law school, Taylor was a Health Policy Associate at the Community Service Society of New York, where she managed the Health Care For All New York Coalition. She has previously worked for Community Catalyst as a Graduate Intern for the Alliance for Children's Health, where she was published for her work on maternal and child mental health policy with her article, Maternal Depression: Implications for Children and Parents and Opportunities for Policy Change. In law school, Taylor serves as President of the Latin American Law Students Association, Diversity and Inclusion Chair of Women's Law Caucus, and a member of the Dean's Student Advisory Council. Taylor spent her 1L summer as a Law and Public Policy Intern at Children's Defense Fund-New York. She will be joining the 2020 Goodwin summer program in New York.
Daniela Sanchez
Daniela Sanchez attends the University of Michigan Law School. She graduated magna cum laude from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst in 2012 with a B.S. in Microbiology. Prior to attending law school, she was a NYC Teaching Fellow, a Clinical Research Assistant for Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and a Technology Analyst for Aramco Services Company and QipWorks. She has previously been published for her work in intellectual property with her article, Building an Effective, Business-Focused Patent Portfolio. In law school, Daniela contributes to the Michigan Technology Law Review and has been active in the Latino Law Students Association, Women Law Students Association, and Intellectual Property Students Association. Daniela spent her 1L Summer as a Summer Associate at WilmerHale. She will be joining the 2020 Goodwin summer program in Boston. 
Emilee Wu
Emilee Wu attends the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law. She received her B.A. from the University of Washington, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies in 2017. Prior to attending law school, she was an Education Policy Consultant for OneAmerica, a Research Assistant at Columbia Legal Services, and a Microsoft Research Annotator for Insight Global, Inc. During law school, Emilee spends her time as an Associate Editor for the Berkeley Technology Law Journal, as Vice President of Programming for the Privacy Law at Berkeley Association and as a member of the Ecology Law Quarterly Journal. She also serves as a Halloum Negotiation Competition participant, and is a student advocate for the Consumer Rights Workshop. Emilee spent her 1L summer as a Judicial Extern for the Honorable Ronald B. Leighton of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington. She will be joining the 2020 Goodwin Summer program in Los Angeles.  

 

 

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