Interns and Fellows

Are you interested in internship or fellowship?

We  are actively recruiting new interns and fellows. We can offer academic credits. Please send a cover letter, resume, writing sample and three references to disney@sdsg.org if you would like to apply for our internship. Please indicate number of hours you wish to work and from which location.

Please see our former interns & fellows here.

Current Fellows

Summer 2017

Daimeon Shanks

Daimeon Shanks

Daimeon Shanks is entering his second year at the University of Colorado Law School, studying international law, human rights, and indigenous rights. Hailing from the Oregon coast, Daimeon majored in romance languages at the University of Oregon before beginning a career in professional cycling. After nearly 15 years working for various professional teams, authoring a bike repair manual, and owning a bike shop, Daimeon left the cycling world to pursue a new challenge in the field of law. Shanks is currently a member of the Doman Society of International Law and will be representing CU this fall as a member of the school’s Jessup International Moot Court Competition team.

Fall 2017

Edwin Bustinza Lozada

Edwin Bustinza Lozada

Edwin Bustinza Lozada is an LLM Candidate at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. He received this law degree from the University of Lima (Magna cum laude). Since 2012, he has served as legal counsel to Compañia de Minas Buenaventura S.A.A, a Peruvian mining company. Edwin specializes in mining, environmental, corporate law, and foreign investments related matters. He has served as in-hous counsel to recognized international mining companies. He has experience in drafting agreements; preparation and presentation of environmental documents and filings; negotiation with communities; and knowledge of environmental and social issues often related to the development of mining projects. He also provides advice on issues related to foreign investments in Peru, including corporate transactions.

 

 

Sarah Schulte

Sarah Schulte

Sarah Schulte is in her second year of law school at the University of Denver (DU) Sturm College of Law. She is a recipient of the DU Chancellor’s Scholarship, which provides full tuition in recognition of academic achievement and demonstrated commitment to the public interest. Sarah participates in the Tribal Wills Program at DU and will be Secretary of the DU Native American Law Student Association for the 2017-2018 school year. Prior to attending law school, Sarah worked in mental health, providing direct service in residential and independent living environment. Sarah graduated from Colorado College in 2010 with a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy.