March 4, 2024
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Elias Bull '24 and Joelle Paull '24

Two Rutgers Law students were selected as New Jersey State Bar Foundation (NJSBF) post-graduate law fellows who will work with nonprofit organizations on public interest legal matters. Elias Bull '24 (Newark) will join Make the Road New Jersey to work on community education and group litigation to protect and support immigrant and low-income tenants. Joelle Paull '24 (Camden) will join the Fair Share Housing Center to help address the housing shortage for New Jersey's lowest income residents by preserving existing affordable homes, working to extend affordability controls, and conducting outreach on New Jersey's affirmative marketing standards and enformcement mechanisms. 

These fellowships were made possible by NJSBF through funding from the IOLTA Fund of the Bar of New Jersey. Grant funds include salary, professional development expenses, New Jersey State Bar Association membership fees, and reimbursement for work-related travel. 

Click here to read more from the New Jersey State Bar Foundation

Rutgers Law Media Contact:
Shanida Carter

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