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Fannie Angelos Scholars attend a two-week bootcamp at the UB School of Law in January

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    2018 Scholars

    Paris Holmes (Coppin);Larry Dickens (Bowie); Dajahnae Wing(Coppin); Nyari James (Morgan); Michelle Zaman (Bowie); Laura Corbin (Morgan); Fanesha Jones-Bey (Coppin); Phylecia Faublas (Bowie)    

  • 2017 scholars
    2017 Scholars

    Kambre Rideout (Morgan); Imani Payne (Bowie) Arroe Wilson (Morgan) Ervin Johnson (Coppin);  Kadi-Ann White (UMES);  Hamidah Famuditimi (Morgan); Ryan Washington (Bowie); 

  • 2016 scholars
    2016 Scholars

    Maya Dolby (Bowie); Risikatu Yemi Giwa-Otusajo Morgan; Joy Griffin (Morgan); Courtland Merkel (Bowie); Shaniqua Nelson (Morgan); Reginald Smallwood (Morgan) Ivan Thomas (Coppin) Kayla Williams (Morgan)

  • 2015 scholars
    2015 Scholars

    Khadyne Augustine (Morgan; Herman Brown (Morgan); Asia Dabner (UMES); Jon'mel Davenport (UMES); Asia Gibbs (UMES); La'Tika Howard (UMES); Gregory Morton (Morgan); Whitney Troupe (Bowie)

  • 2014 Scholars
    2014 Scholars

    Ufuoma Agarin (Coppin); Esosa Aimufua (Morgan); Michael Brown (Bowie); Brandon Hairston (Morgan); Maria Perez-Tellez (UMES); Rhonda Scott (Coppin); Shantele Vinson (Coppin); Christy Watts (Morgan)

  • 2013 Scholars
    2013 Scholars

    Matthew Bradford (Morgan); Melody Clark (Bowie); Tombekai Dempster (Coppin); Joshua Dowuona (Morgan); Glenn George (Morgan); Antoineya Hall (Bowie); Sandy Sellman (Bowie); Chanel White (Coppin)

  • 2012 Scholars
    2012 Scholars

    Annice Brown (UMES); Vernon Brownlee (Bowie); Nasheia Conway (Bowie); Clineesa Dargan (Morgan); Keon Eubanks (Coppin); Frances Jackson (UMES); Brenda Kathurima (Coppin); Shayla Redfearn (Coppin)

  • 2011 Scholars
    2011 Scholars

    Lachelle Adams (UMES); Kellye Beathea (Bowie); Vincent Brown (UMES); Melissa Dejoie (UMES); Shanitta Garey (Coppin); Clifford Glover III (UMES); Stephen Thomas (Morgan); Christopher Wilds (Morgan);

You get exposure to LSAT preparation, the law student experience and the work of practicing attorneys. All program fees and expenses are covered by the Fannie Angelos Program.

  1. You complete a writing assignment that culminates in an article worthy of publication.
  2. You meet your UB School of Law faculty adviser and student mentor who work with you through LSAT preparation and the law school admission process.
  3. You participate in relationship and team building experiences.
  4. You visit law firms and meet attorneys who help you better understand law career options.
  5. When you return to your home campus you earn 3 academic credits for the 16-week LSAT Award class offered during spring semester and for meeting all other program requirements.            

Visit and download the Program Requirements to learn more about applying to be a Scholar.



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