William Wayne Justice Center for Public Interest Law

“That they may truly and impartially administer justice”

The Julius Glickman Fellowship in Public Interest Law

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.

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2015 Glickman Fellow Whitney Drake Alexandra Manautou, '16, will work with the the American Civil Liberties Union of Texas, in Houston, addressing the use of solitary confinement on juveniles