Summer 2019 Pitt Legal Income Sharing Foundation (PLISF) Scholarship Recipients Announced

The University of Pittsburgh School of Law today announced the recipients of the Summer 2019 Pitt Legal Income Sharing Foundation (PLISF) scholarships.
Founded by Pitt Law students to assist their fellow students in pursuing public interest internships and careers, PLISF is committed to helping individuals and communities traditionally underserved by the legal profession. Throughout the year, PLISF fundraises to provide scholarships to students taking public interest internship positions. PLISF funds are distributed as scholarships given to Pitt Law students who will work in unpaid public interest summer jobs.
The PLISF named scholarship recipient: 
Rebecca Peters, who received the Dean’s Scholarship for her passion about issues of special concern to women.
Additional PLISF scholarship recipients, along with the name of the nonprofit or government agency which each will be working, are:
Brianna Bell: Allegheny County Public Defender
Jessica Bove: Department of Justice, Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section
Julie Daw: Community Justice Project
Rebecca Lerman: Abolitionist Law Center
Peter Lovecchio: Defender Association of Philadelphia
Tashawna Page: Federal Public Defender, Western District of Pennsylvania
Rebecca Peters: Allegheny County District Attorney’s Office
Kathryn Pietragallo: Pennsylvania Innocence Project
Dolly Prabhu: Legal Aid Society
Kiersten Reinhold: Committee for Human Rights in North Korea
Devin Slaugenhaupt: United States Attorney’s Office, Western District of Pennsylvania
Joshua Turnbull: Allegheny County Public Defender
Brittney Zeller: Allegheny County Public Defender