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Congratulations! WTA9 Graduating Class of 2024 Scholarship Recipients

Amanda E. Gómez – Yale Law School

Amanda E. Gómez Feliz graduated from Yale Law School in May 2024. Originally from the Dominican Republic, she moved to the U.S. during high school and earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Rochester in 2019. Prior to attending law school, Amanda served as an Urban Fellow at the NYC Department of Education Early Childhood Division. Her professional interests include employment law, anti-corruption efforts, and international risk management. She will begin her career as a First Year Associate at Ropes & Gray.

Priscilla Guo – Stanford Law School

Priscilla Guo, a recent graduate of Stanford Law School as of June, has held leadership roles such as Co-President of the Asian and Pacific Islander Law Students Association and Articles Editor of the Stanford Law Review. She also served as a Policy Advisor for the Day One Project, crafting science and technology policy proposals for the Biden-Harris Administration and Congress. Post-graduation, she will clerk for Judge Loren AliKhan of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia and Chief Judge Debra Ann Livingston of the Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.

Demi Moore – Yale Law School

Demi Moore was born and raised in New York City. She is recent graduate from Yale Law School, where she was chief speechwriter for Dean Heather K. Gerken. As a law student intern with the Jerome N. Frank Legal Services Organization, Demi worked on behalf of tenants through affirmative conditions litigation and policy advocacy. In addition, Demi is an admissions coach in the Access to Law School Program and a teaching assistant for Federal Indian Law. Post- graduation, Demi will join Edelson PC as an associate in their D.C. office.

Rose Wehrman – Columbia Law School

Rose Wehrman graduated Columbia Law School from rural Nebraska and a first-generation graduate. At Columbia she received high academic honors, published two law journal articles. Rose was also recognized as the National Association of Counsel for Children’s Outstanding Law Student of the Year and a Bergstrom Child Welfare Summer Fellow at the University of Michigan Law School. Post-graduation, she aims to serve as an Equal Justice Works Fellow at the Education Law Center, focusing on the preschool-to-prison pipeline.

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