Cait Clarke, Director of Public Interest Law Opportunities at Equal Justice Works (Washington, D.C.), will discuss the organization's post-graduate fellowship program, including information on how to identify a host organization, develop a high-quality legal project, and submit a successful fellowship application. Equal Justice Works is the largest legal fellowship program in the country, awarding fifty 2-year post-graduate fellowships annually. After the discussion, Ms. Clarke will meet with students individually from 1:00 - 2:00 pm in Room 2019. If you would like to sign up for an individual meeting with Ms. Clarke, please contact Laura Brockington at Brockington@law.duke.edu.
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Equal Justice Works Post-Graduate Fellowship Program Discussion
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