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Our Fellows Serve Communities in Need Across the Country


Throughout our country, individuals and families face unfair barriers to accessing basic needs—such as housing, education, and healthcare—but rarely are these individuals able to exercise their rights and have their voices heard.

No matter the issue or community in need, the guidance of a lawyer often makes the critical difference.

Through our Fellowship opportunities, we mobilize lawyers to work at legal services organizations across our country, where they help build sustainable solutions and expand capacity to respond to the dire need for free legal support.

Our committed partners make our work possible. We rely on generous support from law firms, corporations, foundations, individual donors, and the government to help us build a community of lawyers committed to public service and equal justice.

Join us to mobilize more passionate public service leaders who will help fulfill our nation’s promise of equal justice for all.

Our Impact

2,000+ Fellows have launched their public interest law careers through Equal Justice Works. 

85% of Fellows remain in public service following their Equal Justice Works Fellowships.

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By sponsoring an Equal Justice Works Fellow, you have an opportunity to invest in a skilled and passionate lawyer who has designed a one-of-a-kind project to address an unmet legal need.

Support Our Fellowship Programs

With your support, Equal Justice Works Fellowship Programs can serve more communities in need of legal services, helping to address current and emerging legal needs.

Meet our Fellows

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Adriel Orozco

Host: New Mexico Immigrant Law Center

Sponsor: W.K. Kellogg Foundation

Brianna M. Williams

Brianna M. Williams

Host: Community Legal Services of Mid-Florida

Sponsor: Disaster Resilience Program

Current Fellow

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Morgan Colonna

Host: Central Virginia Legal Aid Society

Sponsor: Housing Justice Program

Current Fellow

Lauren Carbajal

Host: Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area

Sponsor: Equal Justice Works

Current Fellow