Scrapbook: Shapiro in Fellowship


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Zachary Evan Shapiro, a graduate of the Dalton School who grew up on the Upper East Side, is one of 12 law students chosen by FASPE (Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics) to participate in a two-week program for future attorneys that will take place this summer in Germany and Poland. Shapiro, currently at Harvard Law School, will join a group of 62 FASPE Fellows who represent a broad range of religious, ethnic and racial backgrounds, and who were chosen through a competitive process that drew nearly 1,000 applicants from around the world. Now in its sixth year of operation, FASPE is a unique international program that explores the history of the Holocaust as a way to engage graduate students across five different fields (business, journalism, law, medicine, and religion) in an intensive study of contemporary ethics in their discipline.





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