The new Barer Fellows and Scholars include Rhoda Justine Adeke, María Fernanda Chacón, Novita Kumala and Johanna Mora
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At the Law Offices of the Public Defender in Alamogordo, New Mexico, the Public Interest Law Association fellow was immersed in an environment powered by a relentless pursuit of justice for clients.
As founder of nonprofit Black Women Build-Baltimore, Shelley Halstead ’14 is on a mission to help Black women create generational wealth through home ownership while developing critical life skills.
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Dayton Campbell-Harris 3L has held a number of leadership positions at the law school — including his current role as Washington International Law Journal editor-in-chief — where today he leads multifold efforts to foster community while honing the tools to help marginalized communities.
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