Feedback from Peggy Browning Fellows Lawyers can spend their whole careers and never even see the Supreme Court; I had the tremendous opportunity to work on a Supreme Court issue as a summer fellow. Additionally, I was not pigeonholed ... I worked on issues touching on contracts, bankruptcy, immigration, torts, employment and labor, negotiations, arbitration, criminal, and administrative law. Unlike other summer associates at corporate firms, I had a hands-on experience dealing with substantive issues … (This was) a once in a lifetime opportunity; you get exposed to a first rate network of alumni and allies, and often the fellowship is a prerequisite for a job. The fellowship … strengthened my desire to practice labor law. It opened my eyes to the exciting opportunities out there - Matthew McDonough, CUNY School of Law PBF’18, International Brotherhood of Teamsters Some things Fellows like most about their fellowship experience: • It broadened my horizons. • The welcoming nature of my supervising attorneys. • The wide range of assignments. • The level of independence I had. • Working with like-minded attorneys invested in social justice.