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August 2007

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Supreme Court Fellows Selected for 2007-2008 Term

Four Supreme Court Fellows have been selected for the 2007-2008 term. They are Carolyn Dubay, an attorney with the Administrative Office who will be assigned to the Supreme Court during her fellowship; Monica Fennell, the executive director of the Indiana Pro Bono Commission, who will work at the AO; Karyn Kenny, an Assistant U.S. Attorney in Nevada and adjunct law professor at the University of Nevada William S. Boyd Law School, who will be at the U.S. Sentencing Commission; and Elizabeth Murrill, an attorney in Baton Rouge and assistant professor of professional practice at the Louisiana State University Law Center, who will be a fellow at the Federal Judicial Center.

The Fellows Program was founded by Chief Justice Warren Burger in 1973 to provide an opportunity to study firsthand both the administrative machinery of the federal Judiciary and the dynamics of interbranch relations. The Fellows Program selects outstanding individuals from diverse professions and academic backgrounds.