3L Pitt Law Student James Craig has been appointed to the Executive Board for the Law School Democrats of America, also known as the National Democratic Law Students Council (NDLSC). The NDLSC is a national organization consisting of more than 85 chapters and is a part of the Democratic National Committee, similar to the College Democrats of America.
Laura Remick, ’10, an agency attorney within the medical insurance community service unit of NYC’s Human Resources Administration Office of Legal Affairs, has recently received the annual Commissioner's Excellence Award.
Pitt Law student Sunu Pillai has been awarded the Sean Cassidy Scholarship and the Energy & Mineral Law Foundation Scholarship from the Energy & Mineral Law Foundation (EMLF) for the 2013-2014 academic year. Scholarship applicants submit a comprehensive application form, letters of reference, official transcripts, and a personal statement describing how they became interested in na
Securing a fellowship opportunity is not an easy task. The application process is highly competitive, and applicants shine with outstanding qualifications. Securing a Peggy Browning Fellowship is no exception. Just ask any of the over 500 law students from 139 participating law schools vying for one of the nearly 70 public interest law fellowships nationwide.
Three Pitt Law students have reached Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) Program finalist status. They are: Sarah Posner, Lauren McChesney, and Bryan Murray.Bearing the Presidential moniker, the PMF Program is a flagship leadership development program under the U.S.