June 6, 8, 15, 22; 12:00-2:30 pm ET The Washington Council of Lawyers (WCL) Summer Pro Bono & Public Interest Forum is an annual tradition that brings together lawyers, summer associates, summer interns, and others interested in making pro bono or public-interest work a part of their legal careers and provides an introduction to several […]
Tag: Federal Government
Review deadlines and hiring information for summer and post-graduate government honors programs across the country and public policy positions using the AZ Honors & Public Policy Handbooks. You must be logged in to access the announcements below using the above log-in information. Below are some highlights of upcoming deadlines and application opening dates, please see […]
April 26, 2023, 3 PM, Register here A career in public service comes with unique financial planning considerations, including financial goal setting, career advancement planning, debt management and asset-building. Join AccessLex for an overview of these topics and leave with a foundation for handling your finances as you launch your legal career!
We hope to see you at PILF’s Annual Auction and celebration of public interest! RSVP today!
Beyond PILF 4K, Racial Justice and Hillinger Stipends, there are other sources of summer funding available to BC Law students to help supplement PILF funding. Please review the CSO’s resource on these summer funding sources and deadlines and make an appointment on SAGE with Michelle Grossfield if you have questions. Non-BC funding is most robust […]
The Clough Center will provide grants ranging from $1,500–$4,000 to Boston College law students engaged in research or public service that aligns with the Center’s mission to study and advance constitutional democracy. Complete details and application information can be found here. Deadline: March 3, 2023
Make sure to check out the recent BC Law Magazine feature on alumni and faculty working in policy! The article offers a great list of mentors and contacts for students interested in working in these spaces during law school and beyond.
Law students who represent a diverse or underrepresented group and who accept an internship at certain Washington, D.C. antitrust, consumer protection, or privacy agencies or non-profits can seek funding from the ABA Antitrust Law Section. Qualified entities include the Antitrust Division, the FTC, CFPB, AAI, and more. Eligible applicants can complete this form.
Each year, over 2,000 volunteer legal interns serve in U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) components and U.S. Attorneys’ Offices throughout the country. Legal interns work on challenging and meaningful issues in a variety of practice areas and on matters that impact our country. DOJ’s Office of Attorney Recruitment and Management (OARM) is hosting three webinars […]