The Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy at Boston College Law has named Dylan Lang a 2019 Rappaport Law & Public Policy Fellow.

A native of Kenilworth, NJ, Dylan is a 2011 graduate of Union County Magnet High School in Scotch Plains, NJ. Dylan graduated magna cum laude from the University of Scranton with a B.S. in Counseling and Human Services and subsequently earned his Master of Social Work degree at Boston College. He is currently a second-year student at New England School of Law.

Rappaport Fellows participate in a 10-week summer internship at municipal and state agencies throughout Greater Boston while attending a weekly seminar series featuring leading practitioners and scholars. Dylan is currently interning at the office of Massachusetts State Senator Joan Lovely.

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"Our 2019 Rappaport Fellows, representing eight Massachusetts law schools, are passionate and smart law students who care about social justice and will be working this summer in a multiplicity of state and local government offices on policy and legal issues," remarked Elisabeth J. Medvedow, Executive Director, Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy.

The fellowship program is a key component of The Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy at Boston College. The Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy at Boston College Law School galvanizes the region’s policy makers and thought leaders to engage in dynamic discussions on critical public policy issues through the Rappaport Distinguished Public Policy Series. The discussions include forums, conferences, and symposia to address societal issues with leaders from government, business, academia, and the nonprofit world.

About the Rappaport Foundation

The Phyllis & Jerome Lyle Rappaport Foundation actively promotes the growth of leadership and innovative thinking in the areas of public policy, neurologic disease and mental health, and the arts. It does so by supporting individuals and institutions in the Greater Boston area in the quest to improve the quality of life and catalyze new generations of collaborative leaders.