Undergraduate and graduate students are invited to attend this information session about the Arthur C. Liman Public Interest Law Summer Fellowship.
Applications for the 2008 Arthur Liman Public Interest Law Fellowships, which support summer internships of undergraduate and graduate students working in public interest law, will be available starting November 1, 2007. Through the generosity of the Liman Foundation, the Princeton Program in Law and Public Affairs (LAPA) will award four undergraduate (including graduating seniors) and two graduate stipends to enable students to work with nonprofit organizations assisting individuals or organizations that lack sufficient resources to retain attorneys or to engage in sustained legal advocacy. Students need not have located a placement prior to submitting an application but should demonstrate their commitment to serving the public interest and their interest in legal issues. Students selected for Fellowships will be expected to participate in a public interest law conference at Yale Law School on March 6-7, 2008.
Completed applications are due by noon on December 7, 2007. For more information about the 2008 program and the application visit the Liman information pages that are maintained by LAPA.