05.05.20 — The Program on Human Rights and the Global Economy (PHRGE) at Northeastern University School of Law is pleased to welcome two new appointees, Cecilia MacArthur ’22 and Andrea Satchwell ’21, to its prestigious fellowship program. Every quarter, PHRGE provides fellowships to outstanding JD and LLM students who have chosen to work with co-op organizations that protect and promote human rights. Each fellow receives $3,500 in financial aid.

Summer 2020 PHRGE Fellowship Recipients

Cecilia MacarthurCecilia MacArthur ’22
Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project (Portland, Maine)
Cecilia will work with low-income immigrants in Maine, conducting intake interviews, preparing asylum cases, and assisting in advocacy and outreach effort

Andrea SatchwellAndrea Satchwell ’21
Family Law Project (Ypsilanti, Michigan)
Andrea will assist marginalized survivors of domestic violence with protective orders, custody, and divorce proceedings. 

About Northeastern University School of Law

The nation’s leader in experiential legal education since 1968, Northeastern University School of Law offers the longest-running, most extensive experience-based legal education program in the country and is a national leader in legal education reform. Founded with cooperative legal education as the cornerstone of its program, Northeastern guarantees its students unparalleled practical legal work experiences. All students participate in full-time legal placements, and can choose from the more than 1,500 employers worldwide participating in the school’s signature Cooperative Legal Education Program. Northeastern University School of Law blends theory and practice, providing students with a unique set of skills and experience to successfully practice law.

For more information, contact d.feldman@northeastern.edu.

About the Program on Human Rights and the Global Economy

The Program on Human Rights and the Global Economy (PHRGE) is at the center of the School of Law’s human rights efforts and works closely with scholars, institutions and advocates nationally and internationally to address issues of human rights and economic development. Reflecting our faculty's interests, PHRGE is particularly engaged with the international movement to promote economic, social and cultural rights.