Each year, Equal Justice Works selects a class of public service leaders who have designed two-year projects in partnership with legal services organizations that help build sustainable solutions in the communities where they serve. Brill was one of 76 new lawyers selected from over 450 applicants.
This month marks the thirtieth anniversary of Penn Law’s Public Interest Program, which since its inception has made Penn Law a leader among United States law schools in fostering an ethos of public service.
The EJF is a student-run organization that funds Penn Law students pursuing public interest work and serving communities whose legal needs may otherwise go unmet. All proceeds from the auction are given as grants to students.