Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend Sponsors an Equal Justice Works Fellow
SAN FRANCISCO (July 13) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that the firm is co-sponsoring an Equal Justice Works Fellow with firm client, The Clorox Company. The Clorox/Kilpatrick Townsend Fellow, Jessie Conradi, will be working with the East Bay Children’s Law Offices to expand legal advocacy to create access to quality mental health services for Alameda County’s foster youth and reduce disproportionate treatment of youth of color.
Equal Justice Works Fellowships provide the opportunity for lawyers to positively impact vulnerable communities around the country. Each year the Equal Justice Works Fellowship competition selects dozens of qualified and passionate lawyers who have developed new and innovative legal projects that can impact lives and serve communities in desperate need of legal assistance.
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