Equal Justice Works Visits Duke Law to Discuss Post-Graduate Fellowships

April 17, 2007Duke Law News

A representative of the DC-based organization Equal Justice Works will discuss its post-graduate fellowship program and applying for fellowships. It provides around 50 fellowships per year with over 100 fellows at any one time in the two-year program. If you would like an interview before or after the lunch program from 11:00 to 3:00, please contact spruill@law.duke.edu.
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