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Summer 2011 Public Interest Law Fellowships

Thursday, April 7, 2011   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Max Rodriguez
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In keeping with the School of Law's mission of preparing students for careers in the public interest public service, and public policy reform, we offer generous summer public interest law fellowships to all qualifying first-year law students, and to second-year students if funding is available. These summer placements help students build substantive expertise and commitment, make valuable professional contacts, and provide vitally needed legal services. This year we are proud to have our students doing fellowships at the following organizations:

  • American Civil Liberties Union
  • DC Office of Administrative Hearings
  • DC Office of the Attorney General
  • DC Superior Court
  • Indian Estate Planning Clinic
  • Indian Legal Services Group
  • Kids in Need of Defense
  • Maryland Police Department
  • Maryland Policy Department - Baltimore City, Legal Trial
  • National African-American Drug Policy Coalition
  • National Crime Victim Association
  • Public Defender of California
  • UDC-DCSL Community Development Clinic
  • US Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia
  • US House of Representatives
  • Virginia Legal Aid Justice Center 
Click here for more information about the Summer Public Interest Law Fellowships or to make a donation.

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