When the Skadden Foundation named its 2014 class of Skadden fellows in early December, no one was more surprised to earn a spot in the prestigious public interest law program than Sarah Hess. She is the first student from The John Marshall Law School in Chicago selected as a Skadden fellow — and the first from an unranked law school thus honored since 2010. She and 27 other fellows will receive financial support from Skadden for two years while they pursue public interest law projects of their own design following graduation.
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