Becoming a public interest attorney is the culmination of a long-standing dream for Anita Delshad. “I always wanted to do public service law,” said Delshad, who graduated last year from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. “I’ve wanted to do it since I was an undergraduate. Working in the public sector gets you the most experience early on in your career.”
Now working as an honors associate at the New York City Public Housing Authority on a one-year term, Delshad, 25, owes her new job at the agency to Cardozo’s Post-Graduate Public Service Fellowship Program.
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