Apr. 3: Finding Your Fellowship Panel

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Are you interested in a public interest career? Have you been considering fellowships? Not sure if there’s a fellowship right for you?


Please join APALSA and PILC for our inaugural “Finding Your Fellowship” Panel Event. This event is dedicated to encouraging law students and recent graduates to pursue their public interest passions and apply for post-graduate public interest fellowships. We will be joined by a panel of NYU Law students and alum who either identify as Asian American or are doing work through their fellowships that focus on the Asian American community, to explain why, how, and when they became fellows at their various organizations. No matter where you are in the fellowship application process, this panel event is sure to help you!


This year, we will be joined by:

Lamya Agarwala (’18), Fellow at ACLU Speech Privacy & Technology Project 

– Victoria Yee (’18), Skadden Fellow at Wage Justice Center (Los Angeles, CA)

Matthew  Ahn (’14), Sinsheimer Children’s Rights Fellow at Partnership for Children’s Rights

Song Kim (’13), former Kirkland & Ellis Fellow at AALDEF (current Staff Attorney at AALDEF)


WHEN: 7:00 PM -8:00 PM, April 3 (Tuesday)

WHERE: Furman Hall 326

Dinner is provided. Please RSVP: https://goo.gl/forms/m83y4hj1OI1LMs4N2


Questions? E-mail Sahng-Ah Yoo (sahng-ah.yoo@law.nyu.edu).