Pursuing social justice
Rodin Fellows find meaningful work experiences for life after law school
The Curt and Linda Rodin Center for Social Justice fellowship program supports students as they develop the skills needed to work with underserved individuals and communities through litigation, legislative and policy reform, and other forms of advocacy. The opportunity to work in a community-based setting helps students learn how to collaborate with members of the community and take a community perspective on legal problems. Here, Rodin Fellows discuss their internships and experiences that helped prepare them to pursue anti-racism and social justice work upon graduation.