We are very excited to welcome the Public Interest Guest Speaker for this coming Saturday (9/8), Nicole Hallett!

Bio: Nicole Hallett is a staff attorney and former Skadden Fellow at Community Development Project (CDP). Her work at CDP supports worker centers and community groups organizing low-wage workers in New York City, particularly domestic workers. Before joining CDP, Nicole clerked for the Honorables Mark R. Kravitz (D.Conn.) and Rosemary S. Pooler (2d Cir.). She is a 2008 graduate of Yale Law School, where she received the C. LaRue Munson Prize for excellence in a law school clinical program. A Truman and Luce Scholar, Nicole received her master’s degree from the University of Oxford’s School of Development Studies and a B.A. summa cum laude from DePauw University.

Ask Nicole your questions about public interest law:

If you’re curious about Nicole’s experiences in law school or public interest law, please submit your questions (before this Saturday, September 8th) in the comments below.

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