If you have a passion for public service, a commitment to ensuring justice for all, and are a student who will graduate this year, consider applying for a Justice for All Fellowship. The deadline is October 1.

The Ohio Legal Assistance Foundation’s (OLAF’s) Justice for All Fellowship allows law school graduates with a passion for public service to address urgent legal problems facing Ohioans. Fellows provide a full range of legal services to low-income Ohioans throughout the state, providing fairness and access in the justice system and ensuring justice for all.

The two-year fellowship funds work that addresses unmet civil legal needs faced by low-income individuals and families in Ohio. Each fellow must work with a host organization to design a project. Fellows will receive a competitive salary, benefits, and up to $6,000 in annual educational loan
repayment assistance.

The application is available on OLAF’s website. For ideas about the types of projects the fellowship supports, 2017-2018 fellows and their host organizations are listed here.