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Gould 3Ls win earn public interest fellowships
USC Gould School of Law

Wednesday, July 7, 2021

Several Gould students won competitive public interest fellowships, including Ryan Eason, who was selected to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Attorney Honors Program, and Forest Lieberman, who accepted a two-year Housing Justice Fellowship at the nonprofit Inner City Law Center in Los Angeles.
 
Mirelle Raza was selected to the California Attorney General’s Honors Program, designed for recent law student graduates and newly admitted lawyers committed to a career in public service. 
 
Sara Zollner was chosen for a Justice Catalyst/Public Rights Project Fellowship, and will be joining the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office.
 
Photos, from top: Ryan Eason, Forest Lieberman, Mirelle Raza and Sara Zollner

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