Baron & Budd 2014 Summer Fellows
(l-r) Karly Jo Dixon, '16; and Leonel Ruiz, '16
In summer 2014, the Baron & Budd Summer Public Interest Fellowships Program will provide funding for up to four students. Although preference will be given to 2Ls who intend to pursue careers in public interest law, 1Ls may also apply.
The program will provide each fellow with a $4,250 stipend to work for at least 10 weeks (and a minimum of 400 hours) under the supervision of an attorney at a qualified sponsoring organization. A sponsoring organization must be a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit providing legal services and/or advocacy to underrepresented individuals or communities.
The fellowships are supported by generous funding from Baron & Budd, PC.
Application period is now closed. For sample application information, see:
Baron & Budd Summer Public Interest Fellowships Program Description and Application Information 2014.
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