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The Illinois Armed Forces Legal Aid Network hotline is administered by the Illinois Equal Justice Foundation, a nonprofit formed by the Illinois State Bar Association and the Chicago Bar Association.
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Reversing a policy set in place less than six months ago, Georgetown University's law school will allow a student-run organization, the Equal Justice Foundation, to fund internships for students at organizations that promote abortion rights.
In March the administrators at the Jesuit university's Law Center had required that the Equal Justice Foundation deny funding to law school student Jenny Woodson who had applied for an internship in the litigation department of Planned Parenthood, a group that supports abortion rights.
According to reporting in the university's student newspaper, The Hoya, last year the Equal Justice Foundation received $175,000 from Georgetown and $200,000 in private money to fund internships and 179 students applied to the foundation for support.
Tillen graduated from The George Washington University Law School where he was a member of The George Washington Law Review and a member of the Equal Justice Foundation. He graduated, magna cure laude, from the University of Connecticut.
"I've sued a lot of corporations, but it's hard to find a company that does more bad things than Buckeye," says Mark Finnegan of the Equal Justice Foundation, a nonprofit civil rights law firm based in Toledo.
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