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Equal Justice Works (formerly the National Association for Public Interest Law) was founded in 1986 by law students dedicated to surmounting barriers to equal justice that affect millions of low-income individuals and families. Today, Equal Justice Works leads the country in organizing, training and supporting public service-minded law students, and in creating summer and postgraduate public interest jobs.

Likewise, the Joseph L. Rauh, Jr. Chapter of Equal Justice Works seeks to support public service-minded UDC-DCSL students by sponsoring events throughout the year, including:

  • Fundraising events for summer public interest fellowships, including the Annual Summer Fellowship Auction
  • Happy Hours with food and drink specials 
  • Events with other law schools in the area

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