Equal Justice Works invites eligible organizations to apply to participate in the Crime Victims Justice Corps Fellowship Program, an exciting new initiative funded by the Office for Victims of Crime, to increase capacity and access to civil legal help for crime victims.
The Crime Victims Justice Corps will mobilize 62 Fellows and 34 summer law students over a two-year Fellowship period, from June 2018 to May 2020.
Fellows and law students will work at nonprofit organizations across the country:
• 45 Fellows will serve human trafficking survivors.
• 17 Fellows will serve survivors of campus sexual assault, fraud and/or identity theft, and hate crime, and immigrant victims.
• 34 Law students will work during the summers (17 each summer), supporting the Fellows.
Learn more and apply by March 14, 2018.