Apply for the 2009-2010 Fellowship

The Equal Justice Society is accepting applications for its 2009-2010 Judge Constance Baker Motley Fellowship, named after the first African-American woman to serve on the federal bench. Applicants for the one-year paid fellowship should be recent law school graduates with zero to five years of work experience after law school. The application deadline is December … Continue reading Apply for the 2009-2010 Fellowship

Special Thanks to Our Immigration and the Black Community Panelists and Links to Their Bios

I wanted to once again thank our co-sponsors, Black Alliance for Just Immigration, Latino Issues Forum, Greenlining Institute and Centro Legal de la Raza. I want to also give a special thank you to the students of R.I.S.E., who provide Spanish translation throughout the program. I also wanted to thank the members of Lucha Unida … Continue reading Special Thanks to Our Immigration and the Black Community Panelists and Links to Their Bios

Special Thanks to Our Immigration and the Black Community Panelists and Links to Their Bios

I wanted to once again thank our co-sponsors, Black Alliance for Just Immigration, Latino Issues Forum, Greenlining Institute and Centro Legal de la Raza. I want to also give a special thank you to the students of R.I.S.E., who provide Spanish translation throughout the program. I also wanted to thank the members of Lucha Unida … Continue reading Special Thanks to Our Immigration and the Black Community Panelists and Links to Their Bios

Thank you for your support of our 2007 luncheon!

We'd like to thank the attendees, sponsors and luncheon co-chairs for supporting our 2nd Annual Constance Baker Motley Civil Rights Fellowship Luncheon yesterday. We'd especially like to thank Morrison & Foerster LLP for their sponsorship and Dr. Shakti Butler for her incredible presentation on unconscious racial bias. Visit this page for a link to photos … Continue reading Thank you for your support of our 2007 luncheon!