Fellowships may be awarded to qualified first or second year law
students for full time summer positions with non-profit
organizations representing traditionally underrepresented clients,
groups, or interests. To be eligible, students must show a
demonstrated commitment to public interest law and public service
prior to and while attending law school, and be an active
participant in the SBA’s Public Interest Committee’s activities.
The amount of the stipend and the number of Fellowships awarded
will vary each year, based on the available funds.