Law School Recognizes Public Service


Thomas Hook, Delia L’Heureux, and Anthony Naro, all members of the graduating class of 2008, received John E. Fenton, Jr., Public Service Fellowships for their demonstrated commitment to public service as exemplified by Judge Fenton’s 45-year legacy of teaching and leadership at the Law School.

Hook, of Yonkers, N.Y., is working in the District Attorney’s Office in Manhattan. 

L’Heureux, of Kailua, Hawaii, will pursue her interests in affordable housing and homelessness through a legal services organization. 

Naro, of Westfield, is working in the New Hampshire Public Defender’s Office. 

The John E. Fenton, Jr. Public Service Awards are given annually to three graduating Suffolk University Law School students to pursue post-graduate employment with qualifying government and public interest employers. The Fenton Awards are the highest paid public service awards given by the Law School.  Students selected as Fenton Award recipients are expected to exemplify Judge Fenton’s commitment to public service and standard of excellence. 

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