Public Interest Leadership Board

The Public Interest Leadership Board (PILB) provides an opportunity for dedicated 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 in an advisory role for HOPE activities at the law school.

2018-2019 PILB Members

Ariana Aboulafia

Alexis Bay

Paige Bettge

​​​​​​​Caitlyn Burnitis

Haley Cove

Stephen Davis

Julie Hochsztein

Evan Kuhl

Riana Maryanoff

Douglas Morales

Haley Moss

Devyn Nixon

Theodore O'Brien

Philip Papiasvili

Joseph Paulino

Daniel Pollitt

David Pringle

Sara Ptachik

William Patrick Quinlan

Madeline Seales

Casey Soares

Katrina Tomas

HOPE QUICKLINKS

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BROCHURES

Overview: Miami Law Public Interest

Miami Scholars

Miami Scholars Bios

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, Assistant Director, Public Interest Advocacy Programs

HOPE QUICKLINKS

Contact

Log My Hours

Give to HOPE


Facebook Miami Law HOPE

BROCHURES

Overview: Miami Law Public Interest

Miami Scholars

Miami Scholars Bios

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, Assistant Director, Public Interest Advocacy Programs