The Wasserstein Public Interest Fellows Program was created in 1990 in honor of Morris Wasserstein and has brought outstanding public interest attorneys to Harvard Law School to counsel students about public service. This year’s Wasserstein Fellows are a group of exemplary lawyers who have distinguished themselves in public interest work and are eager to assist students who are considering similar career paths.
Each Wasserstein Fellow spends several days on campus meeting individually with Harvard Law students to advise them about public interest career options, including in the area of Civil Rights & Employment Litigation, Ms. Kotagal’s area of expertise. Ms. Kotagal’s Wasserstein visit is currently scheduled for January 16-18, 2019.
Ms. Kotagal’s profile and a complete list of 2018-2019 Wasserstein Fellows can be found here.
Additional information on the Wasserstein Public Interest Fellows Program can be found here.