The Financial Aid and LRAP team brings over 100 years of Georgetown Law experience to its mission of serving the students and alumni at the highest level. Below are selected bios for our team.
Dean Pruett joined Georgetown Law in 1997. His interest in overall financial wellness for our students led to the creation of the first financial coaching curriculum for law students, Life after Georgetown Law which he jointly implemented with his co-creator, Ruth Lammert-Reeves in 1999. Georgetown Law remains one of the few law schools in the nation to provide in-depth assistance to its students so that the concepts of debt are intertwined with the post-graduation pathways of a successful life.
Aliya Sternstein is the manager of financial aid programs and research, at Georgetown University Law Center, a contributor at Georgetown Law's O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law, and an investigative journalist who has written for Atlantic Media, Congressional Quarterly, and Daily Beast, among other outlets. For twenty-five years, her research and stories have focused on disability rights, consumer protection, health policy, and technology.