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Brandeis Center Welcomes Two New Legal Fellows

October 18, 2016


Washington D.C, The Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights Under Law (LDB) is pleased to welcome two new Civil Rights Legal Fellows to the staff, Hana Ma and Rachel Leach. LDB is a national non-profit civil rights legal advocacy organization committed to combating anti-Semitism in higher education.

LDB’s President & General Counsel Kenneth L. Marcus commented, “We are pleased to welcome our new team members, who join at a time when anti-Semitism is on the rise on a national scale and their skills will be put to good use. We are confident they will add to our growing list of legal accomplishments.”

Hana majored in law and English as an undergraduate student and became very interested in a variety of legal topics such as cross-border insolvency law, U.S. constitutional law and international humanitarian law. She was awarded China Oxford Scholar at Oxford and F.Y. Chang Scholar at Harvard, and is committed to inter-cultural exchanges and learning.

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