Alumna Noelle Lemon has been selected by Equal Justice Works to join its new Crime Victims Justice Corps Fellowship program.
Lemon, ’18, will be among 45 fellows around the U.S. who will provide legal services to victims of human trafficking.
She will be based at HIAS Pennsylvania, a public interest organization in Philadelphia that provides legal and supportive services to immigrants, refugees and asylum seekers. She will provide bilingual legal services, outreach and education to address the legal needs of human trafficking victims, including issues involving family law, education, employment, immigration, consumer protection and enforcing victims’ rights.
Lemon, who graduated cum laude, will begin the two-year fellowship after taking the bar exam in late July.