Rising Law Students Take on Civil Rights for the Summer

 Pictured from left to right: Li Reed, Steven Wittenberg, Mike Kang, Sean Sarcu, Allanah Wynn, Brittney Watkins, Antoinette Bolz, and Nolan Leuthauser

Pictured from left to right: Li Reed, Steven Wittenberg, Mike Kang, Sean Sarcu, Allanah Wynn, Brittney Watkins, Antoinette Bolz, and Nolan Leuthauser

Today, Chicago Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights welcomes our new class of summer fellows and interns as they embark on important civil rights projects, ranging from housing discrimination to community equitable development and the school-to-prison-pipeline. Take a moment to learn more about them:

Li Reed: Harvard Law School, Class of 2020
Fun Fact: Li ran a 5k every day in May. Wow!

Steven Wittenberg: University of Illinois College of Law, Class of 2018
Fun Fact: Steven is excited to go to a Radiohead concert this July!

Mike Kang: Northwestern Pritzker School of Law, Class of 2020
Fun Fact: Mike’s thumbs are double-jointed. This has been verified by our staff.

Sean Sarcu:  Northwestern University, Class of 2019
Fun Fact: Sean has never, ever had coffee or tea.

Allanah Wynn: Howard University School of Law, Class of 2018
Fun Fact: Allanah once worked for the Arizona Diamondbacks!

Brittney Watkins: Washington University School of Law, Class of 2019
Fun Fact: Brittney’s full initials are BMW.

Antoinette Bolz: John Marshall Law School, Class of 2020
Fun Fact: Antoinette camped out for several months as an Occupy activist in Washington, DC.

Nolan Leuthauser: DePaul College of Law, third year law student (3L)
Fun Fact: Nolan grew up in a small town of roughly 200 people!

 

Rena Beltran