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by Vault Law Editors | June 13, 2011


This Thursday evening at KPMG's Park Avenue office, Equal Justice Works will celebrate its 25th year anniversary with a cocktail reception. The organization, which offers hundreds of public interest fellowships to law students and attorneys is a leader in public service. Speakers will include:

  • Executive Director David Stern,
  • Previous Equal Justice Works fellow Laurie Parise, who founded the youth advocacy organization Youth Represent,
  • Equal Justice Works fellow Michael Pope, who works at Youth Represent, and
  • A client from Youth Represent.

A wonderful opportunity to learn more about Equal Justice Works' service and the work of its fellows, this event is open to all members of the legal community subject to space availability. You can learn more about the celebration through the event link below and can rsvp to the event here:

Equal Justice Works 25th Anniversary Event
Youth Represent

Read More:
Leading the Legal World Toward Public Interest: Equal Justice Works Celebrates 25 Years
Legal Summer Internship Spotlight: Equal Justice Works Summer Corps



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