Equal Justice Works Law School Membership
Law school members have access to valuable public interest resources and programs. By joining or renewing, your school will be part of a community of 200 law schools from across the country.
A list of current member schools can be found here.
Interested in becoming a member?
Equal Justice Works Membership registration and renewal for the 2014-2015 year will be open in May.
If you work at a law school, are interested in registering your school for membership or have questions about your school's current membership, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Equal Justice Works member law schools and their students receive access to our:
- Post-graduate fellowships that in 2014 are providing 170 law school graduates with opportunities to work in public interest law.
- AmeriCorps JD program that is providing 360 law students the opportunity to earn an education award while gaining hands-on legal experience this year.
- Conference and Career Fair, where students and recent graduates can interview for jobs and summer internships with non-profit employers while also taking advantage of topical workshops designed to help them expand their public interest opportunities. All schools are allowed an unlimited number of students to attend with a small registration fee to students. Law school professionals may attend free of charge.
- Monthly informational webinars on topics ranging from educational debt relief to career strategies and the latest in social media networking for law students, graduates and law school professionals.
- Eligibility to nominate faculty, students, and staff for Equal Justice Works NAC membership.
- Regular updates on public interest law news and Equal Justice Works programs.
- Recognition of your law school on the Equal Justice Works website with a link back to your schools’ website.
Equal Justice Works staff are also available for on-campus visits to speak with students and staff about any of our programs and services at no fee, however schools will be asked to cover any associated travel related and costs.
Membership is available to all law schools in the United States, regardless of their American Bar Association (ABA) Accreditation status.