De Barbieri, Prenoveau, and Rogers are beginning public interest law postgraduate fellowships with the support of Equal Justice Works programs. Prenoveau is developing green building practices at Brooklyn Legal Services Corporation A, and is sponsored by AIG and Sullivan and Cromwell LLP. Rogers is an Equal Justice Work AmeriCorps Legal Fellow at the Louisiana Bar Foundation helping law students participate in pro bono work. And De Barbieri is helping small business and worker-owned cooperatives organize at the Community Development Project of the Urban Justice Center, sponsored by Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP.
From left to right: Ted De Barbieri '08, Nikki Prenoveau '08, Amanda Rogers '08, and David Stern, CEO of Equal Justice Works, at the 2008 Equal Justice Works Awards Dinner, October 16, 2008 in Washington, D.C.
Brooklyn Law School students and graduates are securing prestigious fellowships in increasing numbers. Since 2004, Brooklyn Law School graduates have been awarded:
3 Skadden Fellowships
2 Borchard Fellowships
1 Echoing Green Fellowship
2 Menapace Fellowships
4 Equal Justice Works Fellowships
1 Fulbright Scholarship
2 Fried Frank-inMotion Fellowships
1 Lexis-Nexis Fellowship