The 2015 class of Fiske Fellows was selected in the spring and had the opportunity to meet Robert Fiske, ’55, during an April event at the Law School.
Pictured with Fiske are, from left to right: Kate Gilbert, ’13, an honors attorney at the U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division; Katharine Roller, ’14, who is in the Entry Level Attorney Honors Program at the Federal Trade Commission; Annalyce Shufelt, ’15, an honors attorney at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau; and Danica Taylor, ’15, who has joined the San Diego County District Attorney Graduate Clerk Program.
The Fiske Fellowship Program annually recognizes up to four exceptional Michigan Law graduates who serve as government lawyers. The duration of the Fellowship is three years.
Fellows receive a $5,000 first-year cash stipend and debt repayment assistance to cover all required annual payments for all educational loans.