following St. John’s University
School of Law students have received
fellowships from Equal Justice
America. These fellowships are made
possible by contributions from St.
John’s School of Law alumni. With
continued support from the alumni, we
look forward to putting many more St.
John’s law students to work
providing vitally needed legal assistance
to the poor.
We need your
Justice America is an independent
non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation
unaffiliated with any law
Please click the links below to read letters from the students and/or their supervisors on their EJA Fellowship experiences.
- Samantha Chasworth worked at Immigration Legal Serivces at Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York.
- Quinn Rowan worked at the New York Legal Assistance Group.
- Edmund Witter worked at the Neighborhood Economic Development Advocacy Project in New York City.
- Richard Brodt worked at the Legal Aid Society of Mid-New York.
- Michael Pantina worked at Greater Boston Legal Services.
Angel Marshall worked
at the Nassau County Coalition
- Amanda Golob worked at Queens Legal
James Vandette worked at Queens
worked at Greater Boston Legal
- Jennifer Benischek worked at Brooklyn
Legal Services Corporation A.
- Usman Nawaz and Benlliam Soo-Hoo
worked at the Pace Law School Battered
Women’s Justice Center in White
- Rhona Bork worked at
Westchester-Putnam Legal Services.
- Maria Sciortino worked at the Legal
Aid Society in New York City.
James Cummings worked at
Alaska Legal Services.
Cynthia Evans worked at
the Legal Aid Society of New York
Carol Cheng worked at
MFY Legal Services in New York