Law Students

Student Representative Program

Are you passionate about promoting public interest law, and want to support communities in need? Become an Equal Justice Works Student Representative and help spread the word about public interest law opportunities on your campus.

The Student Representative Program is open to current law students who have completed at least one semester of full-time study at an Equal Justice Works Member Law School and can commit to serving at least one year in this role.

As a Student Representative, you’ll be responsible for:

  • Sharing information about our programs and resources
  • Participating in campus events and social media campaigns
  • Developing exciting new ways to promote public interest law on your campus

It’s the perfect opportunity to develop and strengthen your leadership skills, gain access to exclusive trainings, networking events, and build community for other public interest law students on your campus.

Contact students@equaljusticeworks.org to learn more.

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Equal Justice Works is a great organization to remind people of why they went to law school in the first place and offers real opportunities for people who want to work in public interest law.

Camilo Rodriguez /
2017 Equal Justice Works Student Representative