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William Wayne Justice Center for Public Interest Law

“That they may truly and impartially administer justice”

Public Service Scholars Program

2013-2014 Public Service Scholars

2013 - 2014 Public Service Scholars
First row (left to right): Eleanor D’Ambrosio, ’15, Stephanie Brosig, ’15
Second row (left to right): Stephanie Matherne, ’14, Catherine McCullogh, ’14
Third row (left to right): Sarah Bryant, ’14, Hensleigh Crowell, ’16, Kali Cohn, ’14

Each year the Public Service Scholars Program provides up to four $4000 scholarships to second and third year students with a demonstrated commitment to studying and working in public service and promoting it at the Law School. "Public service" for this program includes legal work in non-profit, government and legislative settings. Scholars are selected based on their commitment to public service, financial need, and academic credentials.

Scholars work closely with the Justice Center serving on the Student Advisory Board, advising the Center about student awards, pro bono projects, website design, and public interest speakers. Scholars may assist with conferences sponsored by the Center, conduct outreach with student organizations, and work on other projects.

2014-15 application period is now closed.

For sample application information, see:

Application Information for 2014-2015

For more information, contact justicecenter@law.utexas.edu.

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