Michigan Law student receives National Consumer Law Center Fellowship
Published: February 20, 2024
The National Consumer Law Center (NCLC) has awarded its 2024 Hobbs Fellowship to Andrew Schreder, a second-year student at Michigan Law. NCLC awards the fellowship annually to a student who has demonstrated a commitment to consumer advocacy and the pursuit of a public interest career.
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