Jasmine Dela Luna, '19, Completes Douglass Fellowship

2018-19 Douglass Fellows Class Celebrated at Lincoln’s Cottage in Washington, D.C.

“The Douglass Fellowship provides unparalleled opportunities for law school students to partner with leaders in the anti-trafficking movement and develop valuable research and scholarship,” said Betsy Hutson, mentor to Jasmine Dela Luna. “I’m thrilled to be a mentor in this program and enjoyed coming alongside Jasmine as she developed her advocacy and research projects. She, along with the rest of the fellows, are hard-working, passionate, and a delight to work with.”

“My mentorship with Betsy Hutson was an invaluable component of the fellowship,” said Fellow Jasmine Dela Luna. “She was not just my mentor but a role model. She impressed upon me the truth that private practice and public interest work are not entirely mutually exclusive. I am so grateful that the fellowship gave me the chance to be mentored by such an incredible person and attorney.”

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