The Public Interest Fellowship

The David Cooper Fellowship, sponsored by the University of Pennsylvania Law Review, helps passionate Penn Law graduates launch successful careers in all areas of public interest law. Since its establishment in 2012, the fellowship has supported alumni performing innovative and vital projects for public interest host organizations around the world. The fellowship was renamed after a member of the Law Review family, David Cooper L’15, passed away. David Cooper was a valued member of the Penn Law community, a bright and witty classmate, and a beloved friend. May this fellowship serve both as an opportunity to honor David and to support crucial public interest work.

Click here for a list of our fellows.


Margaret Zhang graduated from Penn Law in 2015 and is a current fellow with the Woman’s Law Project.

Marie Logan graduated from Penn Law in 2015 and served her fellowship in 2016-2017 with Earthjustice, where she currently works.

Benjamin Wiener graduated from Penn Law in 2014 and served his fellowship in 2015-2016 with the Center for Appellate Litigation in NYC, where he currently works.

Christina Reichert graduated from Penn Law in 2014 and served her fellowship in 2014-2015 with Oceana. Christina currently works for the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions at Duke University.

Megan Rok graduated from Penn Law in 2011 and served her fellowhip in 2012-2013 with the Support Center for Child Advocates, where she currently works.

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