Terry and Robin Gilbert Social Justice Fellowship Fund
This fund supports Cleveland-Marshall College of Law students and new graduates who work with public interest groups, government offices, or individuals who advocate, represent, or do research in the area of civil and human rights and criminal justice (not criminal prosecution). Terry Gilbert, a 1973 graduate of Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, has dedicated his legal career to promote human and political rights, as well as progressive approaches to criminal justice. As a legal and social activist, Terry Gilbert sees law as an instrument of social change where human rights take precedence over property and corporate interests. Through this Fellowship, Terry and Robin Gilbert encourage students and graduates to work on behalf of those deprived of rights because of class, race, or sexual orientation, and to advocate the promotion of constitutional rights and progressive justice for those charged with crimes.
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