CLC Welcomes Megan Barkdull as first Sattler Civil Rights Fellow

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Congratulations to Megan Barkdull, the first recipient of the Sattler Civil Rights Fellowship.  Megan just finished her first year at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law and will work at the Lawyers Committee this summer.  She completed her Bachelor of Arts in Journalism at Auburn University.  While an undergraduate, Megan worked for The Auburn Magazine as an intern and The Auburn Plainsman as an opinions editor.  After graduating, Megan worked for an animal shelter as a shelter ambassador.  Megan’s goal after law school is to advocate for those who lack a voice in our legal system and to effect social change through research, litigation, and pro bono work.

The Sattler Civil Rights Fellowship was created in 2017, funded from the generous legacy gift from the estates of Bruce and Martha Sattler.  The Sattlers were true civil rights champions; the CLC is delighted to honor them and help keep their legacy alive.

Thank you, Bruce and Martha, and congratulations, Megan!

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