University of Virginia Law students participate in a variety of public service fellowship opportunities

19 June 2018

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA SCHOOL OF LAW — Scores of University of Virginia Law students and recent graduates will take advantage of public service fellowships and other opportunities by working at legal, government or nonprofit offices across the nation and around the world this year.

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American University Washington College of Law students receive Hispanic Bar Association funding for public interest work

19 June 2018

AMERICAN UNIVERSITY WASHINGTON COLLEGE OF LAW — Two students from American University Washington College of Law have received funds from the Hispanic Bar Association of D.C. for work they will be doing this summer in the public interest field.

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Washington State Association for Justice announces social justice fellowships

19 June 2018

PUBLIC NEWS SERVICE — The Washington State Association for Justice fellowship announced a new social justice fellowship for law school graduates focused on plaintiff law, including civil rights issues, consumer law and workers’ compensation.

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University of Wisconsin Law students receive Peggy Browning fellowships in labor law

4 June 2018

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN LAW SCHOOL — The Peggy Browning Fund has awarded 10-week summer fellowships to Naman Siad and Corey Triggs, both of whom are 2L students at University of Wisconsin Law School.

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Stanford Law recognizes students for public service work

4 June 2018

STANFORD LAW SCHOOL — On May 15, Stanford Law School students were honored for their contributions in public interest law at a ceremony attended by fellow classmates, faculty and staff. SLS students who were awarded prestigious fellowships were also honored at the event.

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Maryland Carey Law student Neda Saghafi honored for commitment to public interest

4 June 2018

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND BALTIMORE — When Neda Saghafi, JD ’18, applied for the Teach For America program, she had only one destination in mind — Baltimore. Her path to law school was a bit more circuitous.

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Hofstra Law class of 2018 contributed more than 82,000 hours of pro bono service

29 May 2018

HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY DEANE SCHOOL OF LAW — The members of the recently graduated Class of 2018 demonstrated a deep commitment to pro bono work during their three years at Hofstra Law, collectively contributing 82,739 hours of service, or an average of 366 hours of service per student

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Penn State Dickinson Law students honored for public service efforts

21 May 2018

PENN STATE DICKINSON SCHOOL OF LAW — Dickinson Law students were recognized for their commitment to service throughout the 2017-18 academic year during a Miller Center for Public Interest Law and Advocacy ceremony on May 11 at Lewis Katz Hall.

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Three Harvard Law students honored by school for public service

21 May 2018

HARVARD LAW TODAY — Three Harvard Law School students, Edith Sangueza ’18, Tabitha Cohen ’18 and Annie Manhardt ’18, received the 2018 Andrew L. Kaufman Pro Bono Service Award for exemplifying a pro bono public spirit and demonstrating an extraordinary commitment to improving and delivering high quality volunteer legal services in low-income communities.

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University of Virginia Law students awarded grants for public interest fellowships

14 May 2018

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA SCHOOL OF LAW — UVA Law School’s grant program supporting summer public interest work is giving out more money to more students than ever before this year. Taking on such problems as international terrorism, gang violence and the problems low-income children face, 143 students will receive $572,828 in funding.

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