The firm has announced our 2022 class of Skadden Fellows.
These 28 Fellows hail from 19 different law schools and will be partnering with legal services nonprofits across the country. The new Fellows will work on a range of legal issues, including access to public benefits, education equity, housing security, rights of people with disabilities, veterans’ benefits, civil collateral consequences of the criminal justice system, immigration and immigrants’ rights, LGBTQ+ rights, worker safety, consumer protection, restorative justice, child welfare and family defense.
Launched in 1988 to commemorate our 40th anniversary, the Skadden Foundation has funded 934 public interest fellowships. This 34th class will join the existing community of Skadden Fellows who are engaged in public interest work in 41 states.
View the list of this year’s class, their law schools, their projects and the organizations for which they will work.