Law Student Granted Equal Justice Functions Fellowship


Law Student Granted Equal Justice Functions Fellowship

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Tracye Mosley-Lewis is likely to be making preparations – maybe maybe maybe not resolutions – this year that is new. A member of the Black Law Student Association and a volunteer at Seven Hills Homeless Shelter, Mosley-Lewis was recently awarded an Equal Justice Works Fellowship in Helena-West Helena, Ark., where she will spend the next two years fighting for consumer rights in addition to being a 2006 candidate for juris doctor at the University of Arkansas School of Law.

“Many families within the Delta absence resources that middle-income group America are accustomed to – insurance coverage, cost savings reports, reliable transport,” Mosley-Lewis said. “The shortage of resources makes populations in this area susceptible to exploitation. 続きを読む “Law Student Granted Equal Justice Functions Fellowship”