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Pace Law School Alumni Profile: Dan Ruben
EJA Founder/Director profiled as visionary in law school magazine....More

bullet EJA Celebrates Fifteen-Year Anniversary
Equal Justice America was recently featured in the National Legal Aid & Defender Association's Cornerstone Magazine...More

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Richmond Times Dispatch on EJA's Virginians for Equal Justice
Newspaper article highlights EJA's Virginia campaign...More

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Virginians for Equal Justice Campaign
Equal Justice America (EJA) has created a program, Virginians for Equal Justice, to employ more Virginia law students at Virginia legal service organizations. EJA has agreements with the Virginia law schools (Washington & Lee School of Law, George Mason University, William & Mary School of Law, University of Richmond, Liberty University, Regent University, and the University of Virginia) to identify students for employment and assist in preparing them to work. EJA is located in Midlothian, Virginia but this will be the first major initiative in the Commonwealth....More

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EJA Founder Receives Lifetime Achievement Award at Pace University School of Law
Dan Ruben, Founder and Executive Director of Equal Justice America has been awarded the Public Interest Law Students (PILSO) Lifetime Achievement Award at Pace University School of Law.  Ruben received the award at a dinner event at Pace on March 21, 2003....More
 
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Two-Year EJA Fellowship to Stanford Law Graduate to Work in Break the Cycle's New San Francisco Office
Equal Justice America and Break the Cycle have joined forces in the fight against domestic violence.  As Break the Cycle expands its program into three new cities later this year, Equal Justice America has promised to award an EJA Fellowship to a Stanford law graduate to work in the new Break the Cycle San Francisco office....More
 
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Equal Justice America Opens Disability Law Clinic at Pace University School of Law
The Equal Justice America Disability Law Clinic opened in the Fall 2000 semester as part of the clinical program at Pace University School of Law.  For two years, the EJA Clinic has delivered much needed civil legal services to indigent disabled children and adults, while educating law students who are committed to becoming effective advocates for those in need....More