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Five Alumni Win BBA Fellowships

The Boston Bar Association’s 16th Public Interest Fellowship Program (PILP) includes five BC Law graduates. Each is currently serving a fourteen-month fellowship term.


Jessica Galimberti ’12
Galimberti is associate general counsel at Accion, a global non-profit committed to creating a financially inclusive world with a legacy in microfinance and fintech impact investing.

Mathilda McGee-Tubb ’13
McGee-Tubb is an associate in the litigation section at Mintz. She has worked on a variety of immigration matters in a pro bono capacity, including helping an immigrant secure release from ICE custody after nearly a year of detention, and representing non-citizens seeking Special Immigration Juvenile status.

Yavor Nechev ’14
Nechev is a senior associate in the Securities Litigation and Enforcement Group at WilmerHale. He frequently volunteers at the Volunteer Lawyers Project’s Lawyer for a Day Program at the Boston Housing Court, represents veterans before discharge review boards, and helps manage WilmerHale’s legal clinics for the homeless.

Blair Rinne ’14
Rinne is an associate in Brown Rudnick’s White-Collar Defense & Government Investigations Group. Her pro bono practice includes representing clients before the US Immigration Court and the US Citizenship and Immigration Services in matters referred from Kids in Need of Defense (KIND).

Sajid Shahriar ’16
Shahriar is an Equal Opportunity Specialist at the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in the Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity, where he enforces the Fair Housing Act and related federal civil rights laws in the New England region.