Alexandra Muolo ’14 is the recipient of a 2014 Independence Foundation Public Interest Law Fellowship. Beginning in September, Muolo will work at the Homeless Advocacy Project, a nonprofit organization that provides direct legal counseling and representation to Philadelphia’s homeless population. Partnering with the Philadelphia VA Medical Center, her fellowship project is designed to address the unmet legal needs of homeless, disabled veterans.
Muolo is one of only three young lawyers to receive this prestigious fellowship for 2014. Through the Fellowship Program, Independence Foundation supports “the best and brightest law school graduates to work with organizations that provide free legal services to poor and disadvantaged people.”
She is the Co-Director of the Public Interest Fellowship Program (PIFP), the Student Works Editor for the Villanova Law Review and is currently enrolled in the Farmworkers Legal Aid Clinic.