Post Graduate Fellowships in Public Interest Law
In 1998, the faculty voted to establish two post graduate public interest fellowships. In 2008, the Law School increased the number of post graduate public interest fellowships to be awarded from two to three. These are two-year fellowships, with full salary funding the first year. Loyola Law School post graduate fellowships in public interest law are designed to promote the following goals:
- To provide legal services to underrepresented groups that have traditionally lacked full access to legal services. Social justice, human rights, civil rights and environmental groups are among those included.
- To create new public interest law positions to assist our students in getting their first public interest jobs and to have these positions, then funded by the agencies, in effect creating additional resources.
- To encourage and develop a diverse and qualified group of future public interest lawyers and leaders to ensure the future of public interest law.
Read the list of Past & Current Post Graduate Fellows and a description of their projects.