One of our board members, Alfred Baltazar “Balt” Baca is currently training for a cross-country bike ride to raise money for Equal Justice Under Law. Read more about Balt’s Ride for Equal Justice here and follow his story on our blog or Facebook page. He hopes to raise just $5 per mile — for a total of $15,000 for Equal Justice. If you want to Donate to Balt’s Ride for Equal Justice, in the “Tribute Type” tab at the bottom of the donation page, please make it out In Honor of Balt.


Our work at Equal Justice Under Law is not possible without support from people like you. Your generosity ensures that we can:

  • Provide pro bono legal services to those most in need
  • File legal challenges all across the country
  • Oppose wealth-based discrimination in the justice system
  • Force local and state governments to change discriminatory practices
  • Advocate for federal and state legislators to enact laws that protect the most vulnerable
  • Increase awareness about issues of inequality
  • Continue to fight until we achieve equality in our justice system for all

Equal Justice Under Law is a tax-exempt public charity under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.  Every dollar you donate is fully tax-deductible and furthers the goal of equality in our legal system.

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Legal Partnerships

Equal Justice Under Law partners with non-profits, law firms, organizers, and other groups that work with our staff on litigation, policy research, and public advocacy efforts. To partner with us, please e-mail us at

Fellowship Opportunities

We are eager to partner with those interested in school-based fellowships. If interested in learning more about such possibilities, please send a cover letter, resume, transcript, and list of references to us at

Internship Opportunities

We offer internships for law students during fall, spring, and summer terms. Interns assist Equal Justice Under Law attorneys with a range of legal work. Assignments can include spot-research, research memos, analyzing documents, helping to develop legal theories, or case development. Interns are fully integrated into our legal team. We pledge to each intern that he or she will take the lead on drafting at least one document and leave Equal Justice with a strong writing sample.

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Employment Opportunities

Equal Justice Under Law is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, which welcomes qualified applicants of all races, ethnicities, physical abilities, genders, and sexual orientations, including people who have been previously incarcerated. We offer competitive salaries and excellent benefits. For current openings, please check our listings at