The Antitrust and Unfair Competition Law Section is pleased to announce that the inaugural recipient of its Inclusion and Diversity Fellowship is LeeAnna Bowman-Carpio. As part of the Fellowship award, LeeAnna has secured a summer internship at the California Department of Justice’s Antitrust Section and an educational stipend of $10,000. Apart from the internship, LeeAnna will participate in and contribute to the CLA’s Antitrust and UCL Section’s activities, and enjoy opportunities to develop relationships with antitrust and UCL practitioners throughout California.
LeeAnna is a deserving recipient of the Fellowship. She is a rising 3L at University of California, Hastings College of the Law, and the Editor-in-Chief of the Hastings Law Journal for Volume 73. Originally from Inglewood, California, she is the first in her family to pursue a professional or graduate degree. LeeAnna graduated from UCLA with a B.A. in cultural anthropology. Influenced by her previous work in program evaluation and grant writing for biomedical projects at UCLA, LeeAnna is interested in the intersection of antitrust, emergent technology regulation, and administrative law.
On behalf of the Section, the Executive Committee would like to thank all of the highly qualified and deserving candidates who submitted applications for the Inclusion and Diversity Fellowship. We would also like to extend our gratitude to the California Attorney General’s Office for providing the internship opportunity and our generous donors for providing financial support.