Public Interest Fair
ANNUALLY HELD AT LOYOLA
DURING THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER
ON THE ESPLANADE
11:30 A.M. - 1:30 P.M.
NOVEMBER 6, 2014
The Loyola Law School Public Interest Fair was a huge success during the fall of 2013. Loyola would like to extend its thanks and gratitude to the many public interest agencies and their representatives, who participated and helped to create such a wonderful event.
Loyola is honored to annually host the fair and utilize this venue as a means to actively match law students with public interest law firms seeking pro bono clerks, volunteers and public interest minded students. The Law School is proud of its extensive public interest program, especially the 40 hour pro bono graduation requirement.
As always, students do not need to register in order to attend this event. It is free and open to all classes (1L's, 2L's, 3L's). Casual attire is acceptable.
In the event of rain, the fair will be relocated to the Burns Lounge and will not be cancelled.