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Equal Justice Works Fellowship
The Foundation provides matching grants for fellowships through Washington, D.C.-based Equal Justice Works (EJW). Fellows are hosted by Foundation grantees. Fellows’ two-year civil legal aid projects provide impoverished groups with the representation and implementation needed to make progress in their communities.
Equal Justice Works is a nonprofit organization that uses a network of lawyers, law students, legal service organizations and supporters to ensure public service and equal justice in America. Having invested more than $4 million in 80+ Fellowships since 1999, The Florida Bar Foundation is one of the largest funders of the Equal Justice Works Fellowship program.
The current amount of the grant is $56,000 per Fellow.
Fellowships begin in September for a two-year period. Applications for these fellowships are made by individuals to EJW on an annual basis. More information.
Visit Equal Justice Works for eligibility information.
The Foundation currently funds three fellows through Bank of America settlement funds. A fourth fellow is funded jointly by Greenberg Traurig and the Foundation.