For Your Information…

The following Howard University School of Law students have received fellowships from Equal Justice America.  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 2013

  • Andrew Ortiz worked at the DC Employment Justice Center.

Summer 2009

  • Kinshasa Hillery worked at Women Empowered Against Violence (WEAVE) in Washington, DC.

Spring 2009

  • Michelle Rose worked at WEAVE.

Summer 2008

  • Michelle Rose worked at the DC Coalition Against Domestic Violence.

Summer 2007

Summer 2006

  • Ifetayo Davidson-Cade worked at The Equal Rights Center in Washington, DC.
  • David Tufts worked at the Neighborhood Legal Services Program in Washington, DC.

Summer 2005

  • Amber Haggins worked at the Neighborhood Legal Services Program.
  • Yaa-Asantewa Hargrove worked at Advocates for Justice and Education in Washington, DC.
  • Adjua McNeil worked at Break the Cycle in Washington DC.

Summer 2004

  • Adrienne DeCuire worked at the Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia.
  • Ade Galloway worked at D.C. Law Students in Court.
  • Kamilah House worked at the Children’s Law Center in Washington, DC.

Summer 2003

  • Omar Joseph worked at the Neighborhood Legal Services Program.