2016 – Amanda Insalaco

Amanda Insalaco, the 2016 CBF Abraham Lincoln Marovitz Scholarship recipient, has demonstrated an impressive commitment to public service and civic engagement, while distinguishing herself academically. At Northern Illinois University, Amanda studied Community Leadership and Civic Engagement, an interdisciplinary major that emphasizes public service, nonprofit management, and advocacy. Not only was she the first in her […]

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2015 – Julie Holdener

Julie Holdener, the 2015 CBF Abraham Lincoln Marovitz Scholarship recipient, is the epitome of someone who has devoted her life to public service and social justice. As a senior at Quincy University, she served as Mission Trip Coordinator (a position typically reserved for graduate students). In this role, Julie organized and implemented ten mission trips […]

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2014 – Mary Lou Villanueva

Mary Lou Villanueva, the 2014 CBF Abraham Lincoln Marovitz Scholarship recipient, has long dreamed of becoming a public interest lawyer so she can provide much needed legal assistance to people in her community of Little Village.

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Natalie Maust2013 – Natalie Maust

Natalie Maust, the 2013 CBF Abraham Lincoln Marovitz Scholarship recipient, has devoted her personal and professional life to service, community building, and social justice. As a senior in college, Natalie spent nearly six months in Peru interning with a Peruvian human rights organization that is committed to promoting justice in impoverished and oppressed communities.

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2012 – Jarrett Adams

Jarrett Adams, the 2012 CBF Abraham Lincoln Marovitz Scholarship recipient, has an acute appreciation of the critical role public interest attorneys play in ensuring access to justice. When he was 17 years old, Jarrett was wrongfully convicted of sexual assault and sentenced to 28 years in a maximum security prison.

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2011 – Amanda Walsh

Amanda Walsh, the 2011 CBF Abraham Lincoln Marovitz Scholarship recipient, started college at NYU Gallatin School of Individualized Study, expecting to study engineering. Fortunately, during her first semester at the University that stresses creativity, flexibility, academic rigor as well as self-directed and inter-disciplinary opportunities, Amanda realized in her interdisciplinary seminars…

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2010 – Joseph Gietl, Loyola University School of Law

2009 – Elliot Slosar, DePaul University College of Law

2008 – Lilian Jimenez, DePaul University College of Law

2007 – Jennifer Grobelski, DePaul University College of Law

Angela Hernandez, DePaul University College of Law

2006 – Rose Rivera, DePaul University College of Law

2005 – Sarah Baum, DePaul University College of Law

2004 – Dennericka Brooks, Loyola University School of Law

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