Public Interest Leadership Board

The Public Interest Leadership Board (PILB) provides an opportunity for outstanding students to play a key role in fostering the public interest mission at the School of Law. It is a student-run leadership board comprised of a dynamic group of Miami Law students dedicated to public service, including but not limited to HOPE Summer Fellows, project leaders and Miami Scholars.

PILB members design and implement a wide variety of public interest programs and serve as the center-point of HOPE activities for the law school.

2016-2017 PILB Members

Sawyeh Esmaili, Chair

Feras Ahmed
Jessica Brautigam
Ellen Degnan
Carmelina Forzisi
Eli Gordon
Nalani Gordon
Alexandra Hoffman
​Ashley Jackson
Stephanie MacLaughlin
Joshua Mandel
Jadee Pope
Nicole Portnov
Amanda Powell
Carli Raben
Blaine Remmick
Christina Robinson

Click here to read 2016-2017 bios

HOPE QUICKLINKS

Contact HOPE
Log Pro Bono & Community Service Hours
Donate to HOPE
HOPE in the News

Facebook Miami Law HOPE

Twitter Miami Law HOPE

Youtube Miami Law HOPE

BROCHURES

Overview: Miami Law Public Interest

Miami Scholars

HOPE Summer Public Interest Fellows

LEADERSHIP

Marni Lennon
Marni Lennon, Assistant Dean, Public Interest and Pro Bono and HOPE Director, shares how HOPE works with students.

Sharon Booth
Sharon Booth, HOPE Assistant Director, works with programming and community advocacy projects to instill a pro bono ethic in all students.

Baez

Sara Baez, Program Coordinator, HOPE Public Interest Resource Center

HOPE QUICKLINKS

Contact HOPE
Log Pro Bono & Community Service Hours
Donate to HOPE
HOPE in the News

Facebook Miami Law HOPE

Twitter Miami Law HOPE

Youtube Miami Law HOPE

BROCHURES

Overview: Miami Law Public Interest

Miami Scholars

HOPE Summer Public Interest Fellows

LEADERSHIP

Marni Lennon
Marni Lennon, Assistant Dean, Public Interest and Pro Bono and HOPE Director, shares how HOPE works with students.

Sharon Booth
Sharon Booth, HOPE Assistant Director, works with programming and community advocacy projects to instill a pro bono ethic in all students.

Baez

Sara Baez, Program Coordinator, HOPE Public Interest Resource Center