Equal Justice Works
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.

Every year Equal Justice Works sponsors academic and social programs that help bring awareness to the needs of impoverished individuals, provide a helping hand to those less fortunate, and foster careers in public service that will improve the quality of the community we live in.

President
Rebecca Waldemar
rrwaldemar@mail.widener.edu