Maura Herbick (JD '25) Named Recipient of Peggy Browning Fund Fellowship

The University of Pittsburgh School of Law is pleased to announce that Maura Herbick (JD '25) has been awarded the Peggy Browning Fund Fellowship in workplace justice advocacy. This fellowship is highly competitive, and Maura's selection is a testament to her outstanding qualifications.

Maura is originally from Johnstown, PA, and she earned her bachelor's degree in Neuroscience from PSU. As a woman in STEM and an employee in the service industry, she understands the importance of a safe, equitable, and just workplace. She joined law school to work towards improving the legal and economic status of historically marginalized communities. Last summer, she interned at the Allegheny County Office of the Public Defender.

Maura serves as a Staff Editor at the University of Pittsburgh Law Review, President of Pitt Law's Incarcerated Persons Legal Support Project, and a research assistant to a professor. She is honored to be working this summer with the Women's Law Project in Pittsburgh. She is excited to contribute to advancing and protecting the rights of women, people of color, and members of the LGBTQIA+ community.