Pashman Stein Walder Hayden P.C. Mentioned in New Jersey Law Journal On the Move and After Hours Section Regarding the Justice Gary S. Stein Public Interest Fellowship


Pashman Stein Walder Hayden P.C. was mentioned in New Jersey Law Journal “On the Move and After Hours: Brach Eichler; Pashman Stein; Riker Danzig.” This section discusses the announcement of the new Pashman Stein Public Interest Fellowship and how to apply. 

Pashman Stein Walder Hayden of Hackensack announced that it will launch he Stein Public Interest Fellowship program through its Justice Gary S. Stein Public Interest Center and is accepting applications for an inaugural term in the fall of this year. The position is full time for a two-year term, with the possibility of employment with the law firm as an associate after that term, the announcement said. The center’s director, CJ Griffin, said in a statement: “The fellowship is intended for attorneys less than five years out of law school, and preference will be given to applicants who have at least one year of litigation experience, in addition to having completed judicial clerkships or public-interest fellowships. Candidates should have excellent research and writing skills, a strong passion for impact litigation and appellate advocacy, and a demonstrated interest in and deep commitment to social, racial, and economic justice.” Firm managing partner Michael S. Stein added: “Throughout our firm’s history, attorneys at Pashman Stein Walder Hayden have participated in New Jersey’s most significant public interest lawsuits and landmark appellate court cases, remaining at the forefront of issues such as government transparency, free speech, voting rights, and the integration of the state’s public schools. The Fellowship offers an opportunity for a lawyer to join our team and contribute to the important work happening at the Center.”

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