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The following George Mason University 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 George Mason University 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 2016

  • Hannah Wurl worked at the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law in Washington, DC.

 

Summer 2013

  • J. Justin Collins worked at the Clinic for Legal Assistance to Servicemembers and Veterans at George Mason University School of Law.
  • Andrew DeMaio worked at Legal Services of Northern Virginia.

Summer 2010

Fall 2009

  • Zachary Burroughs worked at the Potomac Legal Aid Society.

Summer 2009

  • Sophie Coy worked at Legal Services of Northern Virginia.

Spring 2009

  • Christina Black, Zachary Burroughs and Philip Garin worked at the Potomac Legal Aid Society.

Fall 2008

  • Christina Black, Philip Garin and Bethany Rasheed worked at Legal Services of Northern Virginia.

Summer 2008

  • Christina Black worked at Legal Services of Northern Virginia.
  • Nicole Pszczolkowski worked at the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee in Washington, DC.

Spring 2008

  • Catherine Evan, Rosalie Freeman, and Joan Rothenberg worked at Legal Services of Northern Virginia.

Summer 2007

  • Ashley Brott and Bradley Warby worked at Legal Services of Northern Virginia.
  • Rabia El-Hage worked at the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee in Washington, DC.