Maine Law Student, Morgan Maxwell, Named a Presidential Management Fellow

Morgan Maxwell, a member of the University of Maine School of Law class of 2010, has been named a United States Presidential Management Fellow (PMF). The PMF Program is a two-year paid government fellowship sponsored by the United States Office of Personnel Management for law and graduate school students seeking experience in a federal agency. Students are nominated by their schools and then undergo a rigorous assessment process before selection. Following the conclusion of the two year fellowship, PMFs usually have an opportunity to convert their fellowship into a full-time permanent position.

Ms. Maxwell is a graduate of Stanford University and an Osher Scholar at the University of Maine School of Law. She spent last summer interning with the National Immigration Law Center's Public Benefits Team in Washington, DC. As a PMF, she will work for the Social Security Administration's Division of Program Studies/Office of Research, Evaluation & Statistics/Office of Retirement & Disability Policy.