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Novella Coleman Selected as 2012-2013 Judge Constance Baker Motley Civil Rights Fellow

The Equal Justice Society has selected Novella Coleman as our 2012-2013 Judge Constance Baker Motley Civil Rights Fellow, effective October 2012. “We’re excited to have Novella join us later this year as our Motley Fellow,” said EJS President Eva Paterson. “We look forward to adding her experience in litigation research and death penalty defense work […]
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EJS Accepting Applications for 2010-2011 Judge Constance Baker Motley Civil Rights Fellowship

UPDATE: The deadline has been extended to Jan. 11, 2010. The Equal Justice Society is now accepting applications for its 2010-2011 Judge Constance Baker Motley Civil Rights 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 up […]
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EJS Selects Brando Starkey as Judge Motley Civil Rights Fellow for 2009-2010

The Equal Justice Society announced the selection of Brando Starkey as our Judge Constance Baker Motley Civil Rights Fellow for 2009-2010. The Judge Motley Fellowship was established to invigorate the next generation of progressive legal practitioners seeking to transform anti-discrimination law and policy. Proceeds from the annual Judge Motley Fellowship luncheon support the fellowship. Brando […]
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