Announcing the 2012 Summer Research Fellows

The International Center for Law and Religion Studies of the J. Reuben Clark Law School is pleased to announce the selection of the Summer Research Fellows for 2012. These fourteen outstanding law students will participate in the ICLRS Summer Research Fellows Program, involving a five-week international externship followed by a guided individual research project at the Law School.

The international externships take place at the offices legal counsels in twelve foreign countries and at the Office of General Counsel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Salt Lake City, Utah. Students become active participants in the current work of the legal counsel with whom they are affiliated. During the remainder of the fellowship the students are invovled in varied research, writing, and database-building projects that comprise the ongoing scholarly work of the Center.

The Center congratulates these fine students on their selection, and we look forward to our ongoing relationship with them. Below is a list of the Fellows, along with their Summer 2012 assignments.

Cherise Bacalski
Dustin Cammack
Jorge Gavilanes
Jared Hatch
Carl Hollan
Travis Hunt
Michelle Jeffs
Samuel Packard
Natalia Peterson
Eimi Priddis
Blake Richards
Randa Begni da Silva Viera
Aaron Worthen
Gage Zobell
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Mexico City, Mexico
Lima, Peru
Accra, Ghana
Hong Kong, China
Moscow, Russia
São Paulo, Brazil
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Johannesburg, South Africa
Frankfurt, Germany
Auckland, New Zealand
São Paulo, Brazil
Salt Lake City, Utah
Guatemala City, Guatemala