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Posted by Jeffrey Clements.
Jeffrey Clements is a cofounder and general counsel of Free Speech for People, a national, nonpartisan campaign to oppose corporate personhood and pass the People’s Rights Amendment.
Free Speech For People is proud to announce our new 2016 Fall Law Clerks. We welcome these scholars to our Legal Advocacy Program and we look forward working with them in the coming months.
Ritika Bhakri, Boston College Law School
Ritika Bhakhri is a second-year law student at Boston College Law School. She is interested in public policy and constitutional law. She hopes to do a clerkship after graduation.
Blair Bowie, Toll Public Interest Scholar at the University of Pennsylvania
Blair Bowie is a third-year law student and Toll Public Interest Scholar at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. At Penn, she co-founded the Democracy Law Project and has served on the board of the Environmental Law Project and Lambda Law. She previously worked as a democracy advocate at U.S. Public Interest Research Group and after graduation she hopes to continue to work on curbing big money in politics and protecting voting rights.
Matthew Ryan, Harvard Law School
Matthew is a third-year law student at Harvard Law School. He is interested in constitutional law and is active in the school’s Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review and HLS Democrats group. He will be working at O’Melveny & Myers in Washington, D.C. and clerking on the United States District Court for the District of Columbia after graduation.”
Jamin Xu, Boston College Law School
Jamin Xu is a third-year law student at Boston College Law School and is active in the Intellectual Property Technology Forum Journal. He is interested in litigation and hopes to work in a government agency after graduation.”
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