Want to design your own public interest job? Apply for an Equal Justice Works Fellowship
Third year law students and recent law school graduates are eligible to apply for a fellowship through Equal Justice Works to complete a project to serve individuals, groups or issues not adequately represented in our legal system. Work with a host organization to design a project and get paid to do great public interest work in your first year out of law school!
Come in and meet with us today if you are interested in applying for Equal Justice Works–or for any fellowships! Our public interest team is eager to help you with fellowship applications. Email Elise Logemann at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Download EJW’s Application Guide for tips on finding a host organization, designing a project, and submitting a competitive application, and visit EJW’s website for more information on how to become a Fellow!
Applications due on September 21, 2018.
There is also an upcoming webinar you can attend for more information:
Equal Justice Works Fellowships – How to Apply and Tips to Succeed
Wednesday, July 18 at 3:00 P.M. (EST)
Join us on this webinar to discuss the eligibility requirements, application process, and insider tips for creating a competitive Fellowship application. Register here.