Lilian Ejebe is a training attorney for the Minnesota Legal Services Coalition, which supports regional programs aiding low-income Minnesotans with a broad range of civil legal issues. She also is a Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services staff attorney and serves as the supervising attorney for the Education Law Advocacy Project, which extends access to legal services outside the Twin Cities metro area. Ejebe was chosen to attend the first Summer Institute for Clinic Teaching hosted by Georgetown Law School June 17 to 20, 2008. She was a presenter at the Global Alliance for Justice Education Conference December 7 to 13, 2008 in Manila Philippines on the topic: Promotion of Clinical Legal Education by the Legal Aid Council of Nigeria (LACoN). In April 2009, she participated in Teaching in the Moment: A Workshop on Curriculum Development sponsored by the University of Minnesota School of Law and the Society of American Law teachers.
Ejebe is a member of Hamline Law's adjunct faculty. She has co-taught the education law clinic with Atlee Reilly. Her clinic work was featured in the National Legal Services Corporation Equal Justice Magazine in an article entitled, "Clinical Trials," by Dave Kenney in 2004.