Passion for justice? Work as an Equal Justice Works Fellow

Each year, Equal Justice Works selects a class of passionate public interest lawyers who have designed Fellowship projects in collaboration with legal services organizations, to respond to unmet legal needs in their communities. Over the course of two-year project terms, Fellows build sustainable solutions for communities they care about the most, addressing a range of legal issues such as veterans benefits, immigration and asylum, and voting rights, to name just a few. Are you ready to kickstart your public interest law career? Apply for an Equal Justice Works Fellowship and start making an impact in your community today. “I feel a deep sense of connection to the immigrant experience…it has driven me to develop the skills necessary to serve my community, nurtured my compassion, and provided me with a sense of purpose—to help close the gap between the immigrant reality and the American Dream.” Isabel Abreu, 2017 Equal Justice Works Fellow hosted at…

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