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Public Interest Law Project

Officers

Pendrey Trammell, President

  • Hometown: Corvallis, Oregon

  • Class of 2019

  • Area of focus: Criminal Prosecution

  • Loves PILP because it gives students a chance to surround themselves with like-minded individuals and engage in the community through leadership and service.

 

Taylor Snell, Vice President 

  • Hometown: Reno, Nevada

  • Class of 2019

  • Area of focus: Labor Law; Environmental Law

  • Loves PILP because it provides the opportunity to meet and work with people who share a common love for public interest law.

 

Silvia Badea, Auction DirectorSilvia Badea

  • Hometown: Vancouver, BC

  • Class of 2020

  • Area of focus: Criminal Law

  • Loves PILP because it provides students with amazing opportunities to give back to their community through their public interest passions. 

 

 

Andrew Linden, Secretary & Archivist

  • Hometown: Seattle, Washington
  • Class of 2019
  • Area of focus: Family Law; Elder Law
  • Loves PILP because of the networking opportunities, valuable experience, and the opportunity to help my fellow students pursue their careers.

 

Joe Hatzenbuehler, Treasurer

  • Hometown: Las Vegas, Nevada

  • Class of 2020

  • Area of focus: Criminal Law

  • Loves PILP because it helps support students that are interested in giving back to their communities. It is a great way to help students enter public interest law.

 

Sarah Murray, Project Coordinator

  • Hometown: Stephenville, Texas

  • Class of 2020

  • Area of focus: International Environmental Law

  • Loves PILP because it provides students with an environment that allows them to grow, learn, and contribute to a project that facilitates an intimate, productive community vested in the interests of its members.

 

Helen Lee, Marketing Director & Webmaster

  • Hometown: Redmond, Washington

  • Class of 2020

  • Area of focus: Criminal Law, Business Law, Public Interest Law

  • Loves PILP because it allows those fortunate enough to obtain a legal education to give back to the community and develop a passion for public service.

 

Jose Bustillos, Auction Procurement Coordinator Photography by Portland Oregon Photographer Craig MItchelldyerwww.craigmitchelldyer.com503.513.0550

  • Hometown: Portland, Oregon

  • Class of 2019
  • Area of focus: Business Law

 

 

Anne Cox, Director of Stipend Board Relations 

  • Hometown: Fort Worth, Texas

  • Class of 2020

  • Area of focus: Public Interest Law; International Law

  • Loves PILP because it gives students the opportunity and resources to get engaged with and best serve our community. 

 

Jordan Lennox, Auction Outreach Coordinator

  • Hometown: Born in Sarasota, Florida, and raised in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

  • Class of 2020

  • Area of focus: Public Interest Law, specifically Prisoners’ Rights and Prison Abolition

  • Loves PILP because of the integral role it plays in facilitating social justice causes. In this world, we need money to survive, and many public interest jobs do not have enough resources to provide students with the income they need. That’s where PILP steps in, and that’s why PILP is so important to the community and me. 

 

Carley Pouland, Auction Volunteer Coordinator

  • Hometown: Fort Worth, Texas

  • Class of 2020

  • Area of focus: Environmental Law; Agricultural Law

  • Loves PILP because it gives people the resources needed to follow their passion of public interest work!