Washington University School of Law

Equal Justice America began awarding fellowships to Washington University School of Law students in Summer 2020. These fellowships are made possible by contributions from WashULaw alumni. We look forward to putting many WashULaw students to work providing vital legal assistance to people in need.

(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.

"With the support of those around me, I’ve learned that connections with the community and advocates are critical to resilience. With the support of Equal Justice America, I have faith that, one day, we will learn to acknowledge migration as a human right, and that we are a nation of immigrants."
Margaret Min
Washington University School Of Law
EJA Summer Fellow, 2023
  • Summer 2023
    • Kelly McKeown and Margaret Min worked at The Legal Aid Society in New York.
  • Summer 2022
    • Miranda Drakes worked at the Legal Services of Eastern Missouri in St. Louis.
    • Damani Fields worked at the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau in Cambridge, MA.
    • Margaret Min worked with the New York Legal Assistance Group.
    • Malak Shahin worked at Legal Aid Justice Center in Falls Church, VA.
  • Summer 2021
    • Grace Day worked at The Door's Legal Services Center.
    • Sarah Lowe worked at the Legal Services of Eastern Missouri.
    • Julia Metzger worked at Advocates for Justice in New York.
    • Jill O'Bryan worked at Land of Lincoln Legal Aid in East St. Louis, IL.
    • Christiana Ogletree worked at Harvard Legal Aid Bureau in Cambridge.
At Legal Aid Chicago, in their Children and Families practice, I was able to receive substantive work and direct client experience with folks who are sorely underrepresented in the legal field. The lessons I learned about client management, court operations, and legal drafting, I will take back to school and well into my career. By providing funding to law students doing this important work, EJA not only helps provide experience to law students, but it also makes an immense impact developing future lawyers for public interest legal work.
Bob Neel
Washington University
EJA Summer Fellow, 2020