Stanford Law School Criminal Defense Fellowship
Stanford Law School is pleased to offer this Criminal Defense Fellowship to support an alumnus/a working full-time for a year in a law-related endeavor designed to further the cause of criminal defense. The recipient must be sponsored by a 501(c)(3) organization or governmental entity (including a Public Defender or similar office) that provides legal services relating to criminal defense in the United States. Eligible organizations may engage in direct legal services, impact litigation, or policy advocacy.
The current Criminal Defense Fellow, Jaime Dorenbaum is working at the Santa Clara County Office of the Public Defender. He will focus on assisting the office implement an Immigration Services Plan to serve clients' immigration needs. Jaime will also assist the Public Defender's expungement program as well as the county's efforts to re-sentence non-violent third strike offenders serving life sentences.
In 2011, Rachel Marshall, JD '10 worked at the San Francisco Public Defender's Office, where she represented clients charged with misdemeanor offenses, worked to rebuild the Office's relationship with the Community Justice Court, and created innovative ways to provide services to clients to prevent recidivism.
In 2010, the first year's recipient, Emily Galvin, JD '10, worked at the Santa Clara County Office of the Public Defender as a Deputy Public Defender on the misdemeanor team, handling misdemeanor trials and pretrial proceedings. In addition to her misdemeanor cases, she is handled the Office's expungement cases in the Fresh Start Record Clearance Program, appearing on all motions for record clearance and developing resource materials for both attorneys and clients in Santa Clara County
Please address all questions regarding the fellowship to Anna Wang at email@example.com.