The following are helpful and informative resources for students
interested in public interest law.
This site contains helpful resources for probono & legal
services attorneys, law professionals and law students to assist in
your representation of low income or disadvantaged clients.
PSLawNet is the online resource connecting public interest law
job-seekers with their ideal opportunities in the public interest
arena, in government, at law schools and around the globe.
The ABA Standing Committee on Pro Bono and Public Service is the
national source of information, resources and assistance to
support, facilitate and expand the delivery of pro bono legal
assistance. The Standing Committee and its project, the ABA Center
for Pro Bono, encourage lawyers to do pro bono work and help them
connect with opportunities that meet their needs. The programs,
projects and services help pro bono programs, advocates and
policymakers address the legal needs of the poor.
Find free legal aid in New York and information about legal rights,
courts and more. A good resource for researching pro bono and
public interest placements.
NLADA is the nation's leading advocate for front-line attorneys and
other equal justice professionals - those who make a difference in
the lives of low-income clients and their families and
Equal Justice Works aims to ensure a sustainable pipeline of
talented and trained lawyers involved in public service. The
organization provides a continuum of programs that begin with
incoming law school students and extend into later careers in the
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