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The following William & Mary, Marshall-Wythe School of Law students have received fellowships from Equal Justice America.  These fellowships are made possible by contributions from attorneys and others in Virginia who support our Virginians for Equal Justice campaign which we launched in 2007.  We look forward to putting many more William & Mary law students to work providing vitally needed legal assistance to the poor.  We need your help!

(Equal Justice America is an independent non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation unaffiliated with any law school.)

Please click the links below to read letters from the students and/or their supervisors on their EJA Fellowship experiences.

Summer 2015

  • Krishna Jani worked at the Legal Aid Justice Center in Richmond.
  • Amy Lowery worked at the Legal Aid Society of Eastern Virginia in Williamsburg.

 

Summer 2014

  • Lacey Coppage worked at the Legal Aid Society of Eastern Virginia in Williamsburg.
  • Georgia Maclean worked at the Legal Aid Justice Center in Richmond.

Summer 2013

  • Dara Gibson worked at the Central Virginia Legal Aid Society in Petersburg.

Summer 2012

  • Dwayne Barrs worked at Virginia Legal Aid Society in Suffolk.

Summer 2010

  • Noor Merchant worked at the Legal Aid Justice Center in Petersburg.
  • Emily Riggs worked at the Legal Aid Society of Eastern Virginia in Williamsburg.
  • Alvin Shields worked at the Central Virginia Legal Aid Society in Richmond.
  • Samanatha Vrscak worked at the Legal Aid Justice Center in Richmond.

Spring 2010

  • Ashley Carter worked at the Legal Aid Society of Eastern Virginia in Williamsburg.

Fall 2009

  • Elizabeth Kiernan worked at the Legal Aid Justice Center in Richmond.
  • Maakor Quarmyne worked at the Legal Aid Society of Eastern Virginia.

Summer 2009

  • Christopher Bettis worked at the Legal Aid Society of Eastern Virginia.
  • Myron McClees and Brock Smith worked at the Legal Aid Justice Center in Petersburg.

Fall 2008

  • Geraldine Doetzer (William & Mary Law Class of 2008) began a two-year $80,000 post-graduate EJA Fellowship at the Legal Aid Justice Center in Petersburg.

Summer 2008

  • Andrew Hanlin worked at the Legal Aid Justice Center in Petersburg.