|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 this year, Equal Justice America has awarded an EJA
Fellowship to Stanford Law School graduate Jennifer Ornelas who has begun
working in Break the Cycle’s newly opened San Francisco office.
Ms. Ornelas, who graduated from Stanford last spring, brings a strong
record of commitment to public interest law and to working with young
people. During law school, she received an Equal Justice America Summer
2001 Fellowship to work at the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles. She
has also worked with the Teenage Parenting Program at the Legal Aid
Society of San Mateo County and was a volunteer teacher with the Stanford
Street Law Program.
Jennifer Ornelas, Stanford Law, Class of 2003
Equal Justice America's Fellow at Break the Cycle's
newly opened San Francisco office.
Break the Cycle works to end domestic violence by providing law-based
education, free legal services, advocacy and support to young people, ages
12-22. Having built a strong reputation in Los Angeles, Break the Cycle is
expanding this year with new offices in San Francisco, New York City and
“We’re very excited about our new partnership with Break the Cycle,”
said Dan Ruben, Founder and Executive Director of Equal Justice America.
They have done such tremendous work with young people to attack domestic
violence at its roots. We look forward to working with them and being a
part of this crucial effort.
“As a National Founding Partner with Break the Cycle, you are investing
in a national community dedicated to empowering young people to end
violence,” said Meredith Blake, the Founder and Executive Director of
Break the Cycle. “With this exciting partnership, we will stem the tide of
domestic violence before it infects adulthood and future generations.”
We ask for the generous support of Stanford law alumni to help us make
this partnership a success.