Fri Mar 27 2015   
Affilitiated Faculty


1L Student Receives National Fellowship

Linda Imonode, Class '10, has been selected for a Peggy Browning Fellowship for a summer clerkship at Working Hands Legal Clinic (WHLC) in Chicago. As a Fellow, Ms Imonode will work under the supervision of the WHLC Director to develop workplace rights curriculum and materials for training of workers’ center leaders;
assist in conducting trainings of workers’ center leaders;participate in active litigation drafting complaints, motions and conducting research; and Work with workers’ centers in developing worker-led strategies to attack workplace abuses.

The Peggy Browning Fund is a nonprofit corporation established in memory of Margaret A. Browning, a prominent labor attorney and member of the National Labor Relations Board. The Fund's mission is to provide law students with diverse, challenging work and educational experiences in the area of workers' rights. Such unique and positive opportunities will both increase students's understanding of workers' needs as well as promote their entry into the practice of public interest labor law.