Gillis Long Social Justice Fellowship
The Gillis Long Poverty Law Center and Southeast Louisiana Legal Services partner to offer a recent Loyola College of Law graduate who works for one year in one of SLLS' six offices, serving the unmet legal needs of the community.
- 2016-2017 Fellow: Scott Ledbetter
- 2017-2018 Fellow: Rachel Campbell
- 2018-2019 Fellow: Kristina Bison
- 2019-2020 Fellow: Andrew Maberry
- 2020-2021 Fellows: Constance Tullier and Christopher Kerrigan
Southeast Louisiana Legal Services (SLLS) is the largest non-profit law firm in Louisiana, serving twenty-two parishes east of the Atchafalaya basin. SLLS has offices in Baton Rouge, Covington, Hammond, Harvey, Houma and New Orleans. The organization provides free civil legal aid to low-income households and other vulnerable people.