Meet the EJC Summer Law Clerks of 2013

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Geoffrey Leonard (left)

Geoffrey Leonard is pursuing a law degree as well as a Masters in Public Policy at Georgetown University Law Center and will graduate in 2016. His interests in law include labor law, economic justice, and immigration law. Geoffrey hopes to have a career where he can consistently work toward an inclusive and equitable society. While working at EJC, he is gaining valuable experience conducting legal research and participating in campaign actions. In his freetime, Geoffrey loves cycling, cooking, and playing racquetball.

Jeanna Lee  (center)

Jeanna Lee is a rising second year law student at the American University Washington College of Law.  She is interested in criminal law, immigration law, international law, and of course, employment law. Her work at EJC allows her to utilize her skills and knowledge, including her fluent Korean, while challenging her to learn more everyday about how to address employment legal issues.  During her spare time, Jeanna can be found sketching at the park or playing soccer.

Andrew Ortiz (right)

Andrew Ortiz is a rising second year law student at Howard University School of Law. He is interested in learning more about international law, real estate, and labor and employment law. Andrew’s favorite aspect of working at EJC is the opportunity to work directly with clients and assist with advocacy efforts that positively affect large numbers of low-income workers in DC. When he is not at work,  Andrew can be found tasting various types of fine cuisine around the DC area.

Eric Holden (not pictured)

Eric Holden is a recent graduate of Loyola College of Law and is preparing to take the Virginia Bar this summer. He is primarily interested in employment and labor law and anti-discrimination law. Eric is supporting the legal services team this summer by conducting intakes with low-income workers seeking legal advice and doing research pertinent to these workers’ cases. In his free time Eric relaxes by following college football.