The Catholic University of America


Rising 3L Emilie De Lozier is Recipient of 2012 FCBA Foundation Award


Catholic University law school student Emilie De Lozier was among 14 law students nationwide to receive a stipend from the Federal Communications Bar Association (FCBA) for the summer of 2012. 
The grant permitted De Lozier to take an unpaid, communications-related legal summer public service externship in the office of FCC Commissioner Robert M. McDowell.
De Lozier is a rising third-year student in the Institute for Communications Law Studies at Catholic University’s Columbus School of Law. She is managing editor of the CommLaw Conspectus: Journal of Communications Law and Policy and vice president of the Communications Law Students Association.

A native Washingtonian, De Lozier earlier worked as a paralegal for two years at Williams & Connolly, LLP. Last fall, she interned at the FCC in the investigations and hearings division of the Enforcement Bureau, and spent her spring semester with the National Telecommunications and Information Administration in the Office of the Chief Counsel.
The FCBA Foundation, celebrating its 21st anniversary, offers each stipend recipient up to $5,000 to enable their acceptance of public service summer internships.