Congratulations to Erez Aloni, Center for Reproductive Rights and Columbia Law School’s 2011-2013 Center for Reproductive Rights-Columbia Law School Fellow!

Erez Aloni will graduate from the Penn Law S.J.D. program this spring. While at Penn, Erez is a Lecturer in Law teaching Sexuality in the Law. His fields of interest include family law, sexuality and the law, comparative law, constitutional law and administrative law. Prior to studying at Penn, Erez worked as an associate at one of Israel’s leading law firms, Rami Kogan & Co., in the field of constitutional rights. In addition, Erez volunteered his legal services for various charitable organizations including New Family, a human rights organization working to ensure equal rights of every type of family. Erez will begin work at the Center in late spring, 2011, and we greatly look forward to having him.

Prior Fellows: Our 2010-2012 CRR-CLS Fellow, Elizabeth Sepper is currently in residence at the Center and Columbia Law School. Liz has been a wonderful addition to our staff. This past September, our 2008-2010 inaugural Fellow Professor Khiara Bridges began a tenure-track position at Boston University Law School which included a joint appointment with BU’s anthropology department.

The CRR-CLS Fellowship is a two-year, post-graduate fellowship that is designed to prepare recent law school graduates for legal aca demic careers. Fellows are affiliated with the Center and Columbia Law School and participate in the intellectual life of both programs. The CRR-CLS Fellowship is an exciting opportunity for recent law school graduates who are interested in careers in law teaching.

If you would like to learn more about the CRR-CLS Fellowship or the Law School Initiative at the Center for Reproductive Rights, please visit our website here or get in touch with Diana Hortsch at dhortsch@reprorights.org.


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