ACLU SoCal seeks applicants to pursue fellowships (both legal and non-legal). Specifically, ACLU SoCal intends on applying for Skadden, Equal Justice Works, Soros, school-based, and other fellowships for the 2021-22 term. Once ACLU SoCal selects its candidates, the organization will work with the
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