The Public Service Summer Fellowships are designed to encourage law student involvement in public service legal employment for the summer by providing funding to subsidize unpaid work at a public service organization. Public service organizations for the purposes of this fellowship may include government or nonprofit organizations. Students selected to receive these fellowships must meet all the criteria.
Amount of Award
The Public Service Summer Fellowship awards may range from $1,000 to $2,000 each, but will be determined annually based on the number of funds available and the number of eligible applications.
Additional Information and Assistance in Finding a Summer Placement
For resource materials for finding a summer placement, and counseling regarding this and other public interest law opportunities, please visit the Public Interest Law Center located in the Leo Goodwin Sr. Building.
For an application, visit our Resources page.