While most Domestic Violence (DV) services are designed to serve cisgender women in heterosexual relationships, research suggests that the LGBT community experiences DV at a higher rate. Through the LGBT Anti-Violence and Safety Project (LASP), Joey (he/him/his) will provide identity-affirming legal services, outreach, and education for low-income LGBT survivors of domestic violence with a focus on youth. Learn about Joey’s project and domestic violence in Illinois from an Equal Justice Works Fellow doing that work, as well as tips on the Fellowship application process.
- Joey Carrillo, 2021 Equal Justice Works Fellow at Legal Aid Chicago sponsored by Discover Financial Services, Greenberg Traurig, LLP
PILI organizes an educational seminar each semester for school-year PILI Interns that focuses on substantive legal topics, career development strategies or skill building relevant to public interest law. Attendance counts towards your 200 hour requirement.
Advance registration is required to receive Zoom invitation. If you have any questions or issues with form, please contact Jack Johlie by email or by phone at 312-832-5136.