The Arizona Legal Women and Youth Services (ALWAYS) Social Justice Fellowship Program selects and educates college and law school graduates to be social justice and legal advocates. The purpose of the program lies in the desire to build a pipeline of professionals in Arizona who will choose to serve in public interest roles in their careers, and who will understand and value the role of legal advocacy in our society, especially for vulnerable and low-income populations. Fellows are eligible to receive a stipend with the expectation of no less than 80 hours of service during their fellowship term. (Students who are earning required pro bono hours for law school or who are earning academic credits through law school are not eligible for the Fellowship program at the same time as they are accumulating required pro bono hours or completing an academic internship.)
Please note: Our Summer 2017 application has now closed.