Announcing 2009 AEF Fellowships and Grants

In 2009, AEF awarded over $25,000 in fellowships and grants to law students that benefit the Asian Pacific American community or the D.C. metropolitan area at large.  Since 1993, AEF has awarded over $150,000 in fellowships.  We applaud and congratulate them for their efforts and service.  This year’s recipients of the public interest fellowships and grants are:

Norman Y. Mineta Anheuser-Busch Fellowship

Tania Shahani, University of New Mexico School of Law

Legal Momentum in Washington, D.C.

Robert E. Wone Fellowship

Wendy Lau, Catholic University Columbus School of Law

D.C. Language Access Coalition

AEF Fellowship

Alyce Ahn, Georgetown University Law Center

Domestic Security Section, U.S. Dept. of Justice, Washington, D.C.

AEF Fellowship

Jessica Flores, American University Washington College of Law

National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum, Takoma Park, M.D.

AEF Fellowship

Zahra Khan, American University’s Washington College of Law

Asian Pacific American Legal Resource Center, Washington, D.C.

AEF Fellowship

Atasi Satpathy, University of Michigan Law School

The Children’s Law Center, Washington, D.C.

Inaugural Bar Assistance Grant

Laura S. Newland, Georgetown University Law Center

Legal Counsel for the Elderly, Washington, D.C.

Inaugural Bar Assistance Grant

Christina Nguyen, Thomas Cooley School of Law

Asian Pacific American Legal Resource Center, Washington, D.C.

For more information on Fellowships & Grants

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