Summer Public Service Fellowships

Through the Summer Public Service Fellowship Program, the School of Law provides summer funding to students doing unpaid legal work with a government agency, nonprofit organization or the judiciary. Each student who secures qualifying work is guaranteed to receive one Fellowship during their academic career at the School of Law.

The Fellowship Program makes it financially possible for students to gain valuable law-related summer employment experience, ensures students are prepared to maximize their summer experience for long-term professional gain, and provides opportunities for students to reflect on their summer experience and apply the insights they gain over the summer to their academic and career goals. Fellowship Program participants must satisfy pre- and post-employment requirements as a condition of receiving funding.