2020 1L Diversity Fellowship Recipients

Savannah Arguello
Savannah Arguello attends Boston University School of Law. Savannah (“Sav”) graduated summa cum laude from Creighton University with a B.A. in Accounting and minor in Philosophy. Currently, Sav is the Co-President of Outlaw, as well as the Co-Vice President of the American Constitution Society. During undergrad, Sav was the Assistant Resident Director for Deglman Hall for the Department of Resident Life, a Student Coordinator with the Lieben Center for Women, and the Executive Director of Operations for the Inter Residence Hall Government. Sav will be spending her summer at Domestic Violence Ended, Inc. as a Legal Intern.
Justin Brogan
Justin Brogan attends Boston University School of Law. He graduated from Tufts University with a B.A. in Political Science. At BU Law, Justin is a member of Outlaw, the Business Law Society, and the Public Interest Law Society student organizations on campus. Prior to attending law school, Justin interned for the Campaign Legal Center in Washington, D.C. and MassVote in Boston, MA. Additionally, Justin worked as a Legislative Aide for Massachusetts State Senator Cindy F. Friedman, managing the office’s constituent services program and helping draft legislation pertaining to mental health and substance use, public pensions, and healthcare. He is spending his summer as a Legal Intern for Cambridge & Somerville Legal Services.
Olivia Campbell
Olivia Campbell attends Boston University School of Law. Olivia graduated cum laude from Harvard University, obtaining a B.A. in East Asian Studies with a minor in Government. During law school, Olivia is the Internal Vice President for the Black Law Students Association, a member of the Women of Color Collective, and, also, serves as a Research Assistant to Professor Danielle Citron. Prior to attending law school, she worked at the Institute of Politics at the Harvard Kennedy School, an organization dedicated to inspiring undergraduate students to careers in politics and public service. Olivia will spend  her summer as a Legal Intern for the Massachusetts Office of the Attorney General.
John Chapman
John Chapman attends Howard University School of Law. John graduated from Morehouse College with honors, obtaining a B.A. in Political Science. During undergrad, John competed in moot court at the national level and occupied various leadership positions on campus, including being the Vice President of the Spelman-Morehouse Prelaw Society. Moreover, John is a member of the historic Morehouse College class of 2019 and was a Political Science Tutor at Morehouse College prior to attending law school. Due to these efforts, John has become eligible to write-on to Howard’s Law Journal and will spend his summer working for the Honorable Judge Emmett Sullivan of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.
Alison Hung
Alison Hung attends Columbia Law School. She received her B.A. from the University of Chicago, majoring in English Language and Literature. During her time at Columbia Law, Alison serves as the Public Interest Chair for the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association, Vice President of the Domestic Violence Project, and is a participant on the Frederick Douglass Moot Court Competition Team. Prior to attending law school, Alison worked in both the private and public sectors as a Project Manager and Supervisor at an industrial supplier, as a Development Director at a Chicago non-profit, and was the Assistant to the CEO at a legal technology company. This summer, Alison will be working for the New York State Attorney General's Office in the Antitrust Bureau.
Victoria Kalumbi
Victoria Kalumbi attends Harvard Law School. She is a graduate of Stanford University, where she obtained her B.A. in Human Biology. During undergrad, Victoria worked for Stanford’s Bing Nursery School and was a research assistant for the Stanford Project on Adaptation and Resilience in Kids. Prior to law school, Victoria gained practical legal experience as an SEO Law Fellow at Weil, Gotshal & Manges, and worked as a Case Planner for Children’s Aid, which provides comprehensive support to children, youth, and their families in New York City neighborhoods. Victoria also gained valuable experience as a Research Associate for higher education research and consulting for the Advisory Board Company. Victoria plans to spend her summer as an Intern for the Department of Justice, Public Integrity Section.
Anahi Mendoza
Anahi Mendoza attends Columbia Law School. Anahi received her B.A. from Harvard University with a degree in Social Studies. At Columbia Law, Anahi is a coach for the Asylum & Refugee Moot Court and serves as the Academic Chair for the Latinx Law Student Association on campus. Prior to attending law school, Anahi was an SEO Law Fellow at Ropes & Gray LLP, served as the founding Executive Director of the Immigrant Legal Defense Center, and was a Community Fellow for the Immigrant Justice Corps Fellowship. Anahi will be spending her summer at the Mexican American Legal Defense & Education Fund.
Roger Antonio Tejada
Roger Antonio Tejada attends Columbia Law School. Roger graduated with a B.A. in Government and Legal Studies from Bowdoin College. During law school, he serves as a 1L Representative for the Law School Senate, Co-Chair of the Columbia University-wide Interschool Governing Body, and Treasurer of both the Latinx Law Students’ Association and First-Generation Professionals. Beyond these leadership roles, he is also a 1L Human Rights Advocate and an inaugural Public Interest/Public Service Fellow. Before law school, Roger served as a bilingual teacher through Teach for America, was a Fulbright Scholar, and was a Policy Fellow for Newark Public Schools and the New Jersey Department of Education. Roger will spend his summer with the American Civil Liberties Union.   
Sarah Yun
Sarah Yun attends Boston University School of Law. Sarah graduated magna cum laude from Brandeis University with a B.A. in English and Philosophy, coupled with a minor in Legal Studies. At BU Law, she is a full-tuition Dean’s Scholar, serves as the  Co-Vice President for the Asian Pacific American Law Student Association, and is a member of the Women of Color Collaborative. Prior to attending law school, she was a Paralegal for a civil litigation firm, Sugarman & Sugarman, P.C. in Boston, MA, and has continued her paralegal work on a part-time basis throughout her 1L year. She will spend this summer as a Judicial Intern for the Honorable Patti B. Saris at the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts.
Emily Wang
Emily Wang attends Yale Law School. She obtained her B.A. in Computer Science, graduating magna cum laude, from Harvard University. At Yale Law, Emily is the incoming Submissions Editor for the Yale Journal of Law and Technology and is a member of the Asian and Pacific American Law Students Association, Yale Law Women, and Women of Color Collective student organizations on campus. Prior to attending law school, Emily worked as a Software Engineer in the technology sector specializing in privacy and digital civil liberties and was previously an Editorial Intern for Harper’s Magazine. She is spending her summer as an Summer Law Clerk for the California Office of the Attorney General in the Antitrust Law Section.