Student Fellowships

Criminal Justice Fellowships

  • Center for Criminal Justice Fellowships are awarded to rising 3L students each summer. These students work to support the activities of the Center including assisting the Criminal Law, Procedure, Evidence & Ethics program. The 2018-19 fellows are:
    • Kathleen Justis '19
    • Kelsey Laing '19
    • Michael Sheftman '19
    • Valerie Tsesarenko '19

Past Criminal Justice Fellowships

  • Paula Baginska '18
  • Ciarra Carr '18
  • Remi Milnes '18
  • Elizabeth Knowlton '18
  • Valerie Casali '17
  • Christine Einerson '18
  • Edward Ray '17
  • Robert Zitt '17

Pretrial Justice Fellows

  • Under the direction of Professor Jocelyn Simonson, a noted expert in criminal justice, students work with the Brooklyn Community Bail Fund as Pretrial Justice Fellows. The Fellows participate in a series of trainings on money bail, legal advocacy, professionalism, and policy reform, and commit to doing pro bono work in a structured, supervised setting on issues of bail reform and advocacy. The 2017-18 Pretrial Justice Fellows include:
    • Ramsha Ansari ‘20
    • Aleksandra Ciric ‘19
    • Michael Curatola ‘20
    • Oren Kadosh ‘20
    • Eva Petkanas ‘20
    • Alex Pia ‘19
    • William Riggin ‘20
    • Allison Silber ‘20
    • Rachel Smith ‘20
    • Spencer Smith ‘19
    • Erik Vande Stouwe ‘18
    Professor Jocelyn Simonson and Students - Center for Criminal Justice
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Center for Criminal Justice

Co-Directors:
Stacy Caplow
Associate Dean of Professional Legal Education & Professor of Law
stacy.caplow@brooklaw.edu

Jocelyn Simonson
Assistant Professor of Law
jocelyn.simonson@brooklaw.edu

Kate Mogulescu
Assistant Professor of Clinical Law
kate.mogulescu@brooklaw.edu