BOSTON – February 23, 2018 – New England Law | Boston today announced that 1L student Anna Madrishin is one of twelve Boston-area law students to receive The Rappaport Fellowship award, an honor bestowed to students interested in pursuing opportunities in public policy by the Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy at Boston College Law School. Madrishin was selected following a rigorous application and interview process.
As a 2018 fellow, Madrishin will have the opportunity to work alongside top policy makers in the region and receive mentorship from Rappaport Center Advisory Board Members, prior Rappaport Fellows, and notable civic leaders in the public service sector. In past years, Fellows have held summer internships in the Governor’s Office of Legal Counsel, the Massachusetts Health Connector Authority, the Massachusetts Attorney General Office, Boston Public Schools, and other high-profile organizations in the Greater Boston area.
In addition to New England Law, the 2018 Fellows represent students from Harvard Law School, Boston University School of Law, Boston College Law School, and other local institutions.
About New England Law | Boston
New England Law | Boston was founded in 1908 as Portia Law School, the first and only law school established exclusively for the education of women. Today, New England Law offers its co-ed student body flexible, convenient programs that combine rigorous academics, dynamic community, and early access to practical experience, as well as a diverse, global network spanning 28 countries, 50 states, and 55 practice areas.
Associate Director of Public Relations, New England Law | Boston