2018-2019 TIP Fellows

Amanda Williams is a third-year law student at Rutgers Law School in Newark. She is the Editor-In-Chief of the Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal and a member of Rutgers’ Moot Court Board. She is a clinical law student in the Rutgers Constitutional Rights Clinic. Previously, she was a Summer Fellow at Seyfarth Shaw and a legal intern in the Office of the United States Attorney, District of New Jersey. Williams also interned at Prudential Financial as a Law, Compliance, and Business Ethics Intern researching cybersecurity and privacy law issues. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from The College of New Jersey, and in her free time she volunteers with Big Brothers Big Sisters of America.

Nicole Dlugosz is a third-year law student at Rutgers Law School in Newark. She is the Associate Managing Editor of the Rutgers University Law Review. She was a Summer Associate with Pashman Stein Walder Hayden and with Cole Schotz P.C., where she will be returning next fall as an Associate in the New York City office. She is a clinical law student in the Rutgers Civil Justice Clinic’s Housing Section where she provides legal advice to local residents on a wide array of issues pertaining to their housing needs. Dlugosz graduated summa cum laude from Rutgers University–Newark in three years with a B.A. in Political Science. She interned for a member of Congress and worked in the domestic violence unit of a county prosecutor’s office. For her senior thesis, she wrote about the need to afford indigent civil litigants with the right to counsel. As a TIP fellow, Dlugosz hopes to use her research skills, as well as her knowledge and passion for civil rights to help create a meaningful impact on the segregated school system in New Jersey.