Equal Justice Works provides law students a valuable opportunity to support communities in need while gaining real-world experience and expanding their network within the legal field. The Rural Summer Legal Corps places law students at legal services organizations to address the civil legal needs of rural communities. The Disaster Resilience Program places law students at legal services organizations where they gain exposure to legal disaster preparedness and recovery work. Applicants must be U.S citizens and in their first or second year of law school by the start of their summer placement. Fellows receive a $7,000 stipend for their service. Sserve in a part-time or summer position (different deadlines).