Northeastern University School of Law
The following Northeastern University School of Law students have received fellowships from Equal Justice America. These fellowships are made possible by contributions from Northeastern alumni. With continued support from the alumni, we look forward to putting many more Northeastern law students and graduates to work providing vitally needed legal assistance to the poor.
(Equal Justice America is an independent non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation unaffiliated with any law school.)
Please click the links below to read more about the students’ EJA Fellowships.
“Since I began my internship as an Equal Justice America Legal Services Fellow at Greater Boston Legal Services in the Elder, Health, and Disability Unit, I have really enjoyed the opportunity and privilege to work directly with elder and disabled clients on their cases. I am amazed by their kindness, willingness to organize and provide their documents for time-sensitive deadlines, and their positive outlooks on their cases. My clients and their hope continue to inspire me to become a better advocate.” – Gianna Nappi, Northeastern University School of Law, EJA Summer Fellow 2018
- Henry Sturm worked at the Clubhouse Family Legal Support Project in Boston.
Kyleen Burke worked in the Mobile Legal Help Center at the New York Legal Assistance Group.
Taarika Sridhar worked at the Harvard Immigration and Refugee Center.
- Thomas Broom, Kemoh Kamara and Frederick Serry-Kamal worked at GBLS.
- Etta Benintendi worked at GBLS.
- Kevin Dillon worked at Southeast Louisiana Legal Services in New Orleans.
- Sarah Heydemann worked at the Urban Justice Center in New York City.
- Anel Morales worked at Public Counsel in Los Angeles.
- Alexis Depp worked at Southeast Louisiana Legal Services in New Orleans.
- Uchechi Durunna, Kayla Johnson and Samuel Schwartz worked at GBLS.
- Michael Godbe and Ana Vicente worked at GBLS.
“Again and again, I was surprised and moved by the strength of these people, and by many others. Some surprised me with their relentless optimism in the face of a difficult legal struggle and a society that often appears to be trying to cast them away. Others surprised me with their patriotism and love for a country which had not yet even agreed to allow them to make a home here. Still others moved me with their strength to simply keep trying despite having overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles only to be faced with more. ” –Meagan Antonellis, Northeastern University School of Law, EJA Summer Fellow 2017
Hannah Adams worked at Southeast Louisiana Legal Services in New Orleans.
Julio Guillen, Rosalie Nevins and Nicolle Vasquez worked at GBLS.
Madeline Thomson worked at New Orleans Workers’ Center for Racial Justice.
- Jeremiah Doyle V, Timothy Flanagan, Catharine Harmon, Ruth Harper, Jeanie Kim, Nana Liu and Paul Lopez worked at GBLS.
- Jeffrey Coots, Eileen Kim, Megan Parker-Johnson and Shelbey Wolf worked at GBLS.
- Aaliyah Turner worked at the Boston Workers’ Alliance.
- David Haffner, Sasha Hayes-Rusnov and Alexander Pena worked at GBLS.
- Lucinia Daniel and Sarah Young worked at GBLS.
- Caitlin Chan and Ashley Jones-Pierce worked at GBLS.