Second-year Student Awarded Massachusetts Bar Foundation Legal Intern Fellowship

Courtney Anderson

Courtney Anderson, a student at Howard University School of Law, is one of five students recently selected to receive a Massachusetts Bar Foundation (MBF) Legal Intern Fellowship.

Anderson, a second year law student, will be interning at Harvard Legal Aid Bureau in their Family Law Department. She will receive a stipend in the amount of $6,000 for her work this summer.

The MBF’s Legal Intern Fellowship Program, which is funded by the MBF Fellows Fund and the Smith Family Fund, has two concurrent goals: to give talented students the experience and encouragement they need to continue in the public interest law sector and to provide legal aid organizations with much-needed additional staff capacity for the summer.

For more information on the Legal Intern Fellowship Program, go