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In 2014, Equal Justice America launched its Georgians for Equal Justice campaign to increase legal services to the poor by creating additional Law Student Fellowships in the state, putting more law students to work with Georgia legal aid organizations.

The following law students have received fellowships from Equal Justice America since our launch of Georgians for Equal Justice. Your support will help us expand our program to put more law students to work in Georgia on behalf of the poorWe need your help!

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

Summer 2017

Summer 2016

  • Young Choi (Columbia University) worked at the Farmworker Rights Division of the Georgia Legal Services Program in Atlanta.
  • Abby Herrmann (Georgia State) and Harris Mason (University of Georgia) worked at the Atlanta Legal Aid Society.
  • Rodney Holcombe II (University of Pennsylvania) worked at the Southern Center for Human Rights in Atlanta.

Summer 2015

  • Kai Gill (Columbia University) worked at Georgia Legal Services in Atlanta.

  • Kristi Oakes (Mercer University) worked at the Atlanta Legal Aid Society.

  • Eric Sterling (University of Georgia) worked at the Georgia Law Center for the Homeless in Atlanta.

Summer 2014

  • Faatima Ally (Mercer University) worked at the Georgia Legal Services Program in Macon.
  • Pardis Bakheshi (Mercer University) worked at the Dekalb County Child Advocacy Center.
  • Erin Coleman (John Marshall Law School) worked at the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation.
  • Kristina Ducos (John Marshall Law School) worked at the Partnership Against Domstic Violence in Atlanta.
  • Fuery Hocking (Georgia State) and Allison Parrish (University of Georgia) worked at the Atlanta Legal Aid Society.