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October 2011

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Supreme Court Fellowships Begin


The 2011-2012 Supreme Court Fellows have begun their year-long work with the federal Judiciary.

  • Michael F. Duggan, an assistant in the Department of Collections Management at the U.S. Supreme Court Library and an adjunct professor at Georgetown University, will work at the Supreme Court of the United States.
  • Julie Yap, a career judicial law clerk from the chambers of Judge Frank C. Damrell, Jr. (E.D. Calif.) will be at the Administrative Office, in the Office of Judges Programs.
  • Milena Sanchez de Boado, a consultant at the World Bank, will spend her fellowship year in the International Division of the Federal Judicial Center.
  • Todd Haugh, an instructor of legal analysis, research, and communication from DePaul University College of Law, will conduct legal research at the U.S. Sentencing Commission. The Supreme Court Fellows Program was created in 1973 by Chief Justice Warren E. Burger to provide promising individuals with a first-hand understanding of the judicial branch. Fellows are selected by a commission whose members are named by the Chief Justice.