For Your Information…
University of Washington School of
Law students have received
fellowships from Equal Justice
America. These fellowships are made
possible by contributions from University
of Washington law alumni. With continued
support from the alumni, we look forward
to putting many more University of
Washington law students to work providing
vitally needed legal assistance to the
poor. We need
(Equal 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.
- Alexandra Burton worked at Disability Rights Washington in Seattle.
- Michael Mohan worked at the Unemployment Law Project in Seattle.
- Michael Moreno worked at Legal Aid Services of Oregon in Portland.
- Martha Muldowney worked at the Legal Assistance Foundation in Chicago.
- Emily Obermiller worked at the Alaska Legal Services Corporation.
- Kate Shattuck worked at the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project in Seattle.
James Carr worked at the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project in Seattle.
Katy Reed worked at the Northwest Justice Project.
Michael Gerbec worked at the King County Bar Association’s Housing Justice Project in Kent, WA.
- Caitlyn Evans worked at the Alaska Legal Services Corporation in Fairbanks.
- Laurel Jones worked at Legal Voice in Seattle.
- Kimberly Schertz worked at The Legal Aid Society in New York City.
- Jocelyn Whiteley worked at the Unemployment Law Project.
- Emily Toler worked at the Unemployment Law Project in Seattle.
- Irina Nikolayev worked at the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project.
- Hollis-Anthony Ramsey worked at Solid Ground in Seattle.
- Kelsey Beckner worked at the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project in Seattle.
- Ashley Fluhre worked at Picture the
Homeless in New York City.
- Julie Rattray and Katrina Zafiro
worked at Columbia Legal Services in
- Marla Richman worked at the Battered
Women's Justice Center in White Plains,
- Anthony Gipe worked at Columbia Legal
- Susan Scouras worked at the
Disability Law Center in Seattle.