Law Links & Johns Hopkins... Together Again
Our 2017 Johns Hopkins Law Links Interns have made the news! For the 5th year in a row, Johns Hopkins Health System Legal Department is supporting the Baltimore City Law Links Internship through its Summer Youth program. Daisheau Player, from Poly, Edward Bush, from Reginald F. Lewis, and Hope Brown, from Mergenthaler Vocational, are all working with various offices including Employment and Labor Affairs, Organizational Equity, and Compliance/Technology and Commercial Transactions. Click on the link above to read more about each intern!
OUR OWN INSPIRING VOICE, LESLIE WRIGHT
Leslie Wright is unforgettable. If you have met her, you already know this. She has worked with CLREP since the summer of 2006, beginning as an assistant but navigating her way to Teen Court Coordinator, and now, Director of City Programs. As such, she manages Teen Court, Law Links and the City Council Page Program. In her nearly-eleven years with us, Leslie has made her mark on community members, youth, and families alike.
Having more than twenty five years' experience in the nonprofit sector, Leslie understands the importance of connections. She has great knowledge of community resources, and is quick to point someone in the right direction when they don't know where to turn. She is a huge advocate for Baltimore City youth, and believes very much in second chances.
We couldn't be more proud that she was acknowledged as a 2017 #InspiringVoice by Community Law in Action, and want to thank her for all she has done to strengthen our programs and our city. #YouRockLeslieWright.
we are hiring! Want an awesome opportunity to make a difference in the lives of youth? apply now for our part-time office/program assistant position.
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