Law Students

Serve on Your Campus

Equal Justice Works offers a number of ways for you to serve on your campus and inspire other law students to transform their passion for equal justice into a lifelong career. Whether you’re an incoming law student or a 3L, we’re dedicated to connecting you with opportunities to get involved and become a public interest law leader at your school.

Regional Public Interest Awards

Are you a public interest law superstar? Apply for an Equal Justice Works Regional Public Interest Award for an opportunity to be recognized for your extraordinary service.

Ways You Can Serve on Your Campus

Student Representative Program

Become an Equal Justice Works Student Representative and help spread the word about public interest law opportunities.

  • Promote Equal Justice Works programs and resources
  • Participate in law school campus events and social media campaigns
  • Develop exciting new ways to promote public interest law on your campus

National Advisory Committee

Apply to the National Advisory Committee (NAC) and become an Equal Justice Works ambassador.

  • Guide the strategic vision for our student engagement efforts
  • Collaborate with Equal Justice Works on outreach efforts and advocacy campaigns
  • Support Equal Justice Works events and initiatives happening within the law school and legal services communities

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To me, that’s what public interest law is all about: Giving voice to the people and places that are oppressed, silenced, and forgotten and finding creative solutions that help not just them, but all of us.

Emily Guillaume /
Indiana University Maurer School of Law