Anne E. Bonfiglio (LAW ’18)
Primary Areas of Interest: Immigrant and refugee issues
Anne E. Bonfiglio ’18 received her B.A. from Trinity College (Connecticut) in 2010, with a major in Philosophy and minor in African Studies. Prior to attending Temple, she was employed for four years as a Refugee Case Manager at the International Institute of Buffalo (New York), where she provided comprehensive case management to newly resettled refugees. As a law student, Ms. Bonfiglio has focused on both immigration law and civil legal issues that may affect low-income immigrant communities, such as public benefits and employment law.
Ms. Bonfiglio spent her 1L summer in the Public Benefits Unit at Community Legal Services
(CLS) of Philadelphia and has remained at CLS as an Equal Justice America Fellow. For her 2L
summer, Ms. Bonfiglio interned at MALDEF (Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund) in Washington, D.C., where she supported litigation and policy initiatives concerning immigration, education, and voting rights. Ms. Bonfiglio has also held semester internships with HIAS Pennsylvania and with Temple’s Sheller Center for Social Justice, where she co-authored a report addressing language access compliance among local district courts.
Ms. Bonfiglio was selected as both a Temple University Rubin-Presser Social Justice Fellow and Beasley Scholar. She has served as the Solicitations Co-Chair for the Student Public Interest Network and sat on the Expungement Project Executive Board.
Daniel Ceisler (LAW '18)
Primary Areas of Interest: Criminal justice prosecution and policy
Daniel Ceisler (LAW ’18) was born and raised in Philadelphia. He graduated from The George Washington University in Washington, DC in 2014. After graduating, Daniel was commissioned as a Military Intelligence Officer in the United States Army Reserve. In 2016, Daniel deployed to Afghanistan with the 1st Battalion of the 75th Ranger Regiment as part of a Joint Special Operations Task Force. Daniel has interned with the United States Attorney’s Office – Eastern District of Pennsylvania and the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office. He is seeking to serve as a prosecutor following graduation.
Liz Schultz (LAW '18)
Primary Areas of Interest: Civil rights, racial and criminal justice, criminal defense
Liz Schultz (LAW ’18) is originally from Upstate New York but went to Rutgers University and lived in New Jersey for 12 years before law school. She has a B.A. in Spanish Linguistics and an Ed.M. in Language Education, with endorsements in English as a Second Language and Spanish. She taught Spanish for eight years in an affluent, racially-homogenous high school where she became involved in social justice work through the National SEED Project; she facilitated a year-long SEED seminar for colleagues, administrators, and students about issues like race and gender in our lives and our curriculum. Liz decided to go to law school to advocate for racial, economic, and criminal justice. She has interned at the ACLU of Delaware, ACLU of Pennsylvania, Kairys Rudovsky Messing Feinberg & Lin, the Pennsylvania Innocence Project, and with the Honorable Theodore A. McKee on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. She is currently interning at the Defender Association, Juvenile Law Center, and in Federal Reentry Court. She is a proud Rubin-Presser fellow, Student Bar Association Treasurer, and Training Chair for School Discipline Advocacy Service. She has served as a Legal Research and Writing Teaching Assistant for Professor Margolis, Trial Advocacy Teaching Assistant for the Honorable L. Felipe Restrepo, founding President of Temple Law Political & Civil Rights Society, Co-President of Student Public Interest Network, Co-Chair of NLG Expungement Project, and Intake Chair for School Discipline Advocacy Service. She also served as Co-Chair of the Equal Justice Works National Advisory Committee and is Programming Committee Co-Chair for the ACLU Young Leadership Outreach Team.