FSU Law Students Serving as Gubernatorial Fellows
We are delighted to report that six of the 13 members of the current Florida Gubernatorial Fellows class are students at FSU Law. Historically, our students have held substantially more fellowships than students from any other law school. This year, FSU Law students hold twice as many fellowships as students from all other law schools combined. The nine-month Florida Gubernatorial Fellows Program immerses university students in key areas of state government. Fellows receive advanced on-the-job training and a glimpse into the inner workings of government, as they fulfill roles of critical responsibility, interact closely with the state’s top leaders, and employ their skills and abilities in a rewarding environment.
Congratulations to the following students who are making FSU Law proud through their service and accomplishments. Third-year student Oluremi “Remi” Abiodun (middle row, second from L) is a joint J.D. and Master’s of Social Work student working at the Florida Department of Children and Families. Second-year student M. Hannah Brewer (front row, second from L) is working at the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration. Second-year student Abby Brinkman (front row, second from R) is working at the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. Third-year student R. McLane Edwards (back row, third from L) is working at the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation. First-year student Samantha Kunin (front row, far L) is working at the Florida Department of Health and second-year student Roberta Skinner (middle row, far L) is working at the Florida Division of Emergency Management.
Published on October 2, 2019