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Equal Justice Works Fellowship

Currently the Foundation provides matching grants for fellowships through Washington, D.C.-based Equal Justice Works (EJW) to its LAP legal assistance grantees. Applications for these fellowships are made by individuals to EJW on an annual basis. Fellowships begin in September for a two-year period.

2018-20 Equal Justice Works Fellowship

wdt_IDFellowLegal Aid OrganizationDescriptionAward
1Joseph E. Cordova, M.A.Florida Legal Services, Alachua CountyCordova will serve immigrant and migrant worker families by using education, outreach, policy advocacy and community lawyering to increase community power, socioeconomic opportunities and legal services. Cordova is a graduate of the University of Florida Levin College of Law. He is funded by the Foundation through its Bank of America grant program56,000
2Teiya EmenikeLegal Services of Greater MiamiIn Liberty City, a historically black neighborhood in Miami with significant poverty, Emenike will work to improve housing stability by representing tenants facing eviction and enforcing their right to safe and habitable housing. Emenike is a graduate of the University of Miami School of Law. She is funded by the Foundation through its Bank of America grant program56,000
3Taylor E. GreenbergBay Area Legal Services, TampaGreenberg will provide direct legal representation, create a community-wide task force, and train attorneys to improve outcomes for teenagers in group home foster care in Hillsborough County. Greenberg is a graduate of Stetson University College of Law. Greenberg is funded by Greenberg Traurig and The Florida Bar Foundation.56,000
4Anne KanzowCommunity Legal Services of Mid-Florida, Daytona BeachKanzow will work to decrease the number of children with disabilities in rural areas entering the school-to-prison pipeline by engaging advocates and developing educational materials for students, parents and the community. Kanzow is a graduate of Stetson University College of Law. She is funded by the Foundation through its Bank of America grant program.56,000

2015-17 Equal Justice Works Fellowship

2014-16 Equal Justice Works Fellowship

2013-15 Equal Justice Works Fellowships

2012-14 Equal Justice Works Fellowships

2011-13 Equal Justice Works Fellowships

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