Justice Fellowship

August 2019 – May 2020

The Justice Fellowship is a formative gap-year experience for young professionals to integrate their faith and explore their vocation in an urban context. Over the program year, Justice Fellows will live in purposeful community, engage in a curriculum of spiritual formation and social justice, and work to provide legal assistance to low-income neighbors in Indianapolis.

The Clinic is seeking young adults for the 2019-2020 program year who have a passion for God’s heart for the vulnerable and want to think critically, develop spiritually, and gain professional and legal experience while seeking justice for low-income neighbors.


Ideal Justice Fellowship candidates…

- Will have completed undergraduate studies by the summer of 2019
- Are open to living, working, and worshipping in a low-income community
- Can consider new perspectives and challenge stereotypes and assumptions
- Share in God’s heart to care for the vulnerable
- Desire to grow spiritually and professionally


Program Commitments

- Live in community in the Mapleton-Fall Creek neighborhood
- Work 32 hours per week at the Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic
- Worship and partake in the community life of New Circle Church
- Engage biblical justice topics through readings and related activities
- Participate in weekly spiritual formation practices


Important Dates

- Applications open February 4th
- Applications due April 15th
- Decisions made by May 1st
- Fellowship Start Date August 19th, 2019
- Fellowship End Date May 22nd, 2020


Please complete the 2019-2020 Justice Fellowship application online and email a copy of your resume to Emily Bricker, ebricker@nclegalclinic.org, by April 15th.
Questions regarding the Justice Fellowship can be directed to Emily Bricker.