Volunteers and Interns

Julie Gilgoff, Fall 2016 Law Student Intern

Julie Gilgoff is currently a 3L at City University of New York  School of Law. This semester, she is a student attorney in the Community and Economic Development Clinic, where she is assisting in worker cooperative formation. Before law school, she was a labor union organizer in San Francisco, and an elementary school teacher in New York. Gilgoff hopes to return to the Bay Area as a public interest attorney after graduating this December. 

Julie Gilgoff is currently a 3L at City University of New York  School of Law. This semester, she is a student attorney in the Community and Economic Development Clinic, where she is assisting in worker cooperative formation. Before law school, she was a labor union organizer in San Francisco, and an elementary school teacher in New York. Gilgoff hopes to return to the Bay Area as a public interest attorney after graduating this December. 

This Fall, Julie is assisting UCELC with the development and launch of its Cooperative Academy. She is engaging in general and legal research of cooperative enterprises, including, but not limited to, cooperative finance, community planning tools for cooperative development, cooperative history and modern trends, and legal tools and tax implications of cooperatives.