Six Minnesota Law Students Selected as Stevens Foundation Fellows

Six Minnesota Law students have been selected as 2024 John Paul Stevens Foundation Fellows, which funds full-time summer internships in public interest law. Fellows are selected on the basis of a keen interest in public interest and social justice law, as well as academic achievement.

Created more than 25 years ago in honor of the late United States Supreme Court Associate Justice John Paul Stevens, the fellowship program provides grants to participating law schools to support students working in unpaid public interest summer internships at nonprofit organizations and government agencies.

Minnesota Law students and their host employer selected for fellowships include:

Daniel Barnes ’25 – U.S. Attorney’s Office, Western District of Texas

Anthony Benz ’25 – Office of the Federal Public Defender, Western District of Oklahoma

Cole Edick ’25 – Federal Trade Commission, Bureau of Consumer Protection

Hannah Greer ’25 – Brooklyn Legal Services Corporation A

Lauren Hamilton ’25 – Office of the Federal Public Defender, Eastern District of Virginia

Kaz Lane ’25 – Public Interest Law Center