In partnership with The Committee for Public Counsel Services, Prince Lobel is proud to launch the Walter B. Prince Fellowship.
“This fellowship has a tremendous amount of significance to me. It’s humbling, and I really appreciate what the law firm has done,” Walter Prince said. “It is providing needed funds to CPCS and it paves the way for a very bright and talented young lawyer to get a good start in the profession and in providing quality legal services to indigent clients.”
Jessie Carredano, a 2019 graduate of Suffolk Law, is the first Walter B. Prince Fellowship recipient. “We are looking for someone who is committed to providing quality legal services to indigent clients and someone who is passionate about the Constitution,” said Prince. “We want someone who is passionate about making sure that everyone has the right to a fair trial.”
To read more about the fellowship, please visit The Public Defender Agency of Massachusetts.