University of Minnesota Law School
The following University of Minnesota Law School students have received fellowships from Equal Justice America. These fellowships are made possible by contributions from University of Minnesota Law School alumni. With continued support from the alumni, we look forward to putting many more University of Minnesota law students 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.
“Nobody hires a lawyer when everything is going well. As the people who are there at a time when individuals need more support than ever, lawyers have to be ready to engage, understand, and help.” – Sydney Goggins, University of Minnesota Law School, EJA Summer Fellow 2020
- Jen Davison worked at the Council of American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) in Minneapolis.
- Ana Delgado Hualde worked at the Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota in St. Paul.
- Paul Dimick worked at Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid in Minneapolis.
- Bess Boever worked at Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services (SMRLS) in St. Paul, MN.
- Timothy Sanders worked at SMRLS.
- Luke Haqq worked at the Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation at Harvard Law School in Jamaica Plain, MA.
- Leah Tabbert worked at Gender Justice in St. Paul, MN.
- Morgan Carlson worked at Community Mediation Services in Minneapolis.
- Julia Zwak worked at Central Minnesota Legal Services in Minneapolis.
- Justin Burke worked at the Legal Aid of North Carolina in Greensboro.
- John Harlow worked at Greater Boston Legal Services.
- Heather Abraham worked at Legal Services of South Central Michigan.
- Matthew Webster worked at Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services (SMRLS).
- Michael Zmora worked at the Legal Assistance Foundation of Metropolitan Chicago.
- Patricia Feghali worked at the Housing Preservation Project in St. Paul.
- Lauren Wood worked at Legal Services of South Central Michigan.
“Given my relocation expenses for the summer and the high cost of renting and living in the Boston area, I do not believe I would have been able to serve underrepresented, low-income clients and develop my own skills in this summer opportunity [at the Center for Health Law Policy and Innovation of Harvard Law School], if it were not for Equal Justice America’s generous support. I am grateful for and humbled by Equal Justice America’s choice to support my commitment to the public interest, and I have no doubt that it was a worthwhile investment.” – Luke Haqq, University of Minnesota Law School, EJA Summer Fellow 2016
- Alicia Hudelson worked at the Legal Aid Society of Minneapolis.
- Atlee Reilly worked at SMRLS.
- Paige Abramson worked at Legal Services for Children in San Francisco.
- Neng Vue worked at Legal Services of Northern California.
- Jill P. Dabrowski worked at the Minnesota AIDS Project.
- Betsy Parrell worked at the Legal Aid Society of Minneapolis.
- Meredith Lins worked at Western Wisconsin Legal Services.
- Kelly McLain and Jessica Munson worked at SMRLS.
- Margaret Luger worked at SMRLS.
- Chamba Samb and Shelley Mermelstein worked at the Legal Aid Society of Minneapolis.
- Timothy Kelley and Beth Uittenbogard worked at SMRLS.
- Brent Pattison worked at Columbia Legal Services in Seattle.
- Joseph Thiegs worked at SMRLS.
- Melissa Lange worked at SMRLS.