At The Community Justice Project, students serve as advocates, consultants, advisors, capacity-builders, strategic planners, policy analysts, and community organizers to help clients tackle complex, high priority projects across a wide variety of subject areas.


In the fall of 2016, CJP students worked with:

In the spring of 2016, CJP students worked with:

  • Young Invincibles to identify ways to address the poor educational and economic outcomes for students attending ineffective and misrepresented career education programs.
  • National LGBTQ Task Force to develop an advocacy strategy to address the needs of LGBTQ youth returning to the community after a period of incarceration.

In fall 2015, CJP students worked with:

  • Universal ChildCare Now D.C., a coalition of nonprofit organizations, parents, and community members advocating for child care reform in D.C., to analyze the multi-faceted problems with child care and assist the coalition in developing a strategic plan to put D.C. on the pathway towards a functioning universal child care system.

 


Project Products

Use the drop down menu below to browse the products CJP students have created for organizational clients.


Project Index

Our projects cover many areas of law and advocacy, and are organized here by both function and substantive topic. Click on a project from the drop down menu for more information about the project goals and outcome. Click here to read descriptions of all past projects.

Projects by Function

 Projects by Substantive Topic