EJS Says Farewell to Chris Bridges

The Equal Justice Society bids a sad farewell to our beloved colleague Chris Bridges who departs EJS to join the Chicago Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights as Program Counsel. We are so proud and excited for Chris even as we’re saddened by his departure but express our deepest thanks to him for his many contributions and accomplishments!

Georgetown Law Journal to Publish Article by EJS Motley Fellow Brando Simeo Starkey on Need for Equal Protection Re-Invigoration

An upcoming issue of the Georgetown Journal of Law & Modern Critical Race Perspectives will include the article “Inconsistent Originalism and the Need for Equal Protection Re-Invigoration” by Brando Simeo Starkey, the Equal Justice Society Judge Constance Baker Motley Fellow. The article can be downloaded here. After Washington v. Davis, the Equal Protection Clause, as … Continue reading Georgetown Law Journal to Publish Article by EJS Motley Fellow Brando Simeo Starkey on Need for Equal Protection Re-Invigoration

Georgetown Law Journal to Publish Article by EJS Motley Fellow Brando Simeo Starkey on Need for Equal Protection Re-Invigoration

An upcoming issue of the Georgetown Journal of Law & Modern Critical Race Perspectives will include the article “Inconsistent Originalism and the Need for Equal Protection Re-Invigoration” by Brando Simeo Starkey, the Equal Justice Society Judge Constance Baker Motley Fellow. The article can be downloaded here. After Washington v. Davis, the Equal Protection Clause, as … Continue reading Georgetown Law Journal to Publish Article by EJS Motley Fellow Brando Simeo Starkey on Need for Equal Protection Re-Invigoration