Mary Maloney (1L) has been named one of Catholic Law's 2021 recipients of the Squire Patton Boggs Public Policy Fellowship. Each year, the Squire Patton Boggs Foundation awards several Public Policy Fellowships to exceptional law students who demonstrate a steadfast commitment to public service and a developed interest in public policy. These law students commit their summers to advancing public policy issues through non-profit institutions, government agencies, and domestic or international organizations.
This summer, Maloney will be interning at Ayuda, a non-profit dedicated to providing legal, social, and language services for low-income immigrants in the Washington, D.C. area. Maloney will be working with staff from Ayuda's Virginia office taking part in administrative duties and assisting staff attorneys on legal projects, including assisting clients on filings for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and the Immigration Court under the supervision of experienced attorneys.
About the opportunity, Maloney shared, “I am thrilled and honored to have been chosen for the Squire Patton Boggs Public Policy Fellowship. Being selected to join a group of public service-oriented peers from around the country inspires me as I embark on my first legal internship this summer at the non-profit Ayuda. I'm looking forward to learning from and with the other Fellows during periodic calls throughout the summer and beyond.”