ACLU of Texas
Reducing the Use of Solitary Confinement on Juveniles in Texas Correctional Facilities
Advocates for Human Rights
Representation in Deportation Proceedings for Central American Children and Adults
Youth Law Center
Crossover Youth Initiative
Abby Anna Batko-Taylor
Volunteer Legal Services of Central Texas
Civil Legal Services for Low-Income Spanish-Speaking Immigrants
Casa Marianella Immigration Legal Services
Immigration Services for
Women & Youth
Michael O'Keefe Cowles
Equal Justice Center and Legal Aid of Northwest Texas
Low Wage Worker Rights
Equal Justice Center
Tourism Industry Workers’ Rights
Immigration Consequences of Criminal Convictions
Bay Area Legal Aid
Julius Glickman '66, managing partner of Glickman, Carter & Bachynsky in Houston, generously supports this fellowship to increase access to justice in the United States. The fellowship expands the career choices available to Texas Law graduates, enabling new attorneys to engage in service that will forever change their lives.
The fellowship funds an outstanding graduating student or judicial clerk to work with a public interest legal organization on behalf of underrepresented individuals or groups. Preference is given to projects focused on the provision of civil legal services, but other types of projects will be considered.
The award is made for full-time legal work sponsored by an existing organization and supervised by a licensed attorney. The sponsoring organization must be a non-profit organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Return to the Justice Corps for application information.