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Designing an Equal Justice Works Fellowship allows lawyers new to public interest a way to channel their passions into real-world impact. Throughout the application process, candidates lean on the community—law school advisors, prospective supervisors, Equal Justice Works staff, and Fellows past and present—to craft an application that is thoughtful, compelling, and sustainable.

Equal Justice Works Brand Manager Lauren Wright spoke with a panel of experts throughout the community for their best advice, from application and beyond.

  • Krissy Colvin, Fellowships Program Manager, Equal Justice Works
  • Vallen Solomon, 2020 Fellow, King County Bar Association’s Housing Justice Project
  • Alexi Freeman, Associate Dean of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, University of Denver Sturm College of Law
  • Diego Cartagena, 2003 Fellow, current Bet Tzedek Legal Services President and CEO

Interested in designing an Equal Justice Works Fellowship? Check out the full discussion below, then learn more here.

Learn more about becoming an Equal Justice Works Fellow