The WLALA Foundation/ICLC law student fellow will spend 10 weeks working full-time at ICLC during the summer of 2022. The fellow will work with ICLC’s Homeless Veterans Project and spend their summer focusing on issues affecting women veterans, including clients who have been victims of military sexual trauma.
The fellow will receive a stipend of up to $6,000 from the WLALA Foundation. The fellow will:
Galyn Sumida-Ross 2021 Inner City Law Center Fellow Galyn Sumida-Ross is a rising 2L in the David J. Epstein Public Interest Program at UCLA School of Law. She graduated with
Andrea Poma Hernando 2020 Inner City Law Center Fellow Andrea Poma Hernando is a rising 2L at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles. Before attending law school she worked at the
Fran Kandel Public Interest Fellowship Projects
The WLALA Foundation Fran Kandel Public Interest Fellowship enables law students to work with an organization or individually to develop and implement a project in the field of public interest law, in the spirit of Fran Kandel. The WLALA Kandel Fellowship is designed to fund particular projects with a tangible outcome. While not intended for purely academic research, the fellowship can support an internship with a project component. Strong preference is given to applicants who have the support of a sponsoring organization and who have arranged for an organization or suitable individual to supervise their project. Each Kandel Fellow may receive up to $5,000 as a stipend. Fellows may also accept school or other public interest funding.
Fran Kandel Public Interest Fellowship Fellows
Danielle Wilkins 2021 Public Interest Grant Recipient Danielle was born and raised in Brooklyn, N.Y., and graduated from Spelman College with a degree in economics and a minor in management.
Arabi Hassan Arabi Hassan is a 1L at Harvard Law School. She graduated from UC Berkeley with a BA in Sociology and from Los Angeles Valley College with an AA
Selene Estrada-Villela 2021 Public Interest Grant Recipient Selene Estrada-Villela is entering her third year at Loyola Law School. In 2015, Selene graduated from the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs
Alexandra M. Fuxa Ramirez 2019 Public Interest Grant Recipient Alexandra M. Fuxa Ramirez is a rising 3L at Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law. She graduated cum laude from The Ohio
ICLA/WLALA Fellowship Recipients Announced March 2021 The Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles (WLALA) Foundation’s and Inner City Law Center’s (ICLC) fellowship is a 10 week program awarded yearly for