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Law student Jayme Tocci earned a Peggy Browning Fellowship

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Jayme Tocci, a student in the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, earned a Peggy Browning Fellowship for the summer of 2024.

Tocci’s work with organizations like United Steelworkers, the Women’s Law Project and OUTLaw qualified him for his highly esteemed fellowship that encourages law students to consider labor law as a viable career choice.

The 10-week program provides a stipend and places fellows at labor unions, worker centers, labor-related not-for-profit organizations, union-side law firms and other nonprofit organizations for a unique and challenging work experience. While the fellows gain practical skills, the mentor organizations and their clients also benefit from the services fellows provide.