Yale Law School, Class of 2019
Emily grew up in rural Black Earth, Wisconsin before moving to the East Coast for undergraduate and law school. She grew up visiting Hawai‘i regularly with her family and had a wonderful time exploring the islands this summer. Her career aspirations include public policy and public interest law. Emily has been working on a children’s mental health services project this summer. This work includes conducting interviews with people who have faced barriers to access services, working with advocates and partner organizations, conducting research, identifying problem areas and brainstorming remedies.
William S. Richardson School of Law, University of Hawai‘i at M?noa, Class of 2019
Tyler grew up in Waimea on Hawai‘i Island where he competed in the Hawai‘i High School Rodeo Association. This summer, Tyler is working on issues relating to affordable housing, identifying how we can better develop and preserve critically needed housing for our residents.