2009 Steiger Fellows

The Janet D. Steiger Fellowship Project provides law students the extraordinary opportunity to work in the consumer protection departments of state and territorial Offices of Attorneys General throughout the United States. The eight-week paid Fellowships were initiated in 2004 by the ABA Section of Antitrust Law, in cooperation with the National Association of Attorneys General ("NAAG"), as a consumer protection outreach initiative to introduce law students to the rewards of legal careers in public service.

The first and second year law students who have served as Steiger Fellows have characterized their experiences as truly rewarding, often well beyond their expectations. A number of students have said that for the first time they are considering law careers in public service, and several have already entered public service upon graduation.

2009 Janet D. Steiger Fellows

 

Steiger Fellow

State

School
Robert MisulichAlaskaUniversity of Washington School of Law
Jana EagerArkansasUniversity of Arkansas Bowen School of Law
Danielle PresslerColoradoCreighton University School of Law
Andrea PriestDelawareWilliam & Mary School of Law
Laura SeamonGeorgiaEmory University School of Law
Ashley DopitaKansasWashburn University School of Law
Allan SerranoMarylandWashington University School of Law
John HerzogMississippiUniversity of Mississippi School of Law
Ashley TotoricaNew HampshireBoston College Law School
Aditya SurendranNew JerseyAmerican University Washington College of Law
Benjamin ThomasNew MexicoWashington University School of Law
Shai MehaniNew YorkBrooklyn Law School
Maryann FremionOhioCleveland-Marshall College of Law
Kirsten AtkinOregonUniversity of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law
Kelli MetzgerPennsylvaniaDickinson School of Law
Tiffany CraveyTexasSouthern Methodist University School of Law
Louisa ShakeriVermontUniversity of Baltimore School of Law
Kristen Kyra OldsWashington (State)University of Wisconsin Law School
Matthew GravesWest VirginiaUniversity of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law
Karan BasuWisconsinUniversity of Wisconsin Law School

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