Eight Interns provided 1,600 hours of legal services helping those in need.
PILI is excited to welcome eight fall Law Student Interns who will work 200 hours during the semester at legal service agencies in Chicago.
LAGBAC’s grant reflects this increase in the school-year Internship stipend.
Eighteen Law Student Interns hold Named or Honorary Internship positions, funded by individuals and groups dedicated to promoting public interest law.
“It is our duty as future legal professionals to develop a commitment to service early and continue to inspire subsequent generations to do the same.”
These Interns will work 200 hours during the semester at legal service agencies in Chicago.
These grants will fund 56 Law Student Interns at 27 public interest law organizations across Illinois.
School-year Interns receive $2,500 for 200 hours of work over the course of the semester.
Interns will work 1,600 hours at 8 organizations in Chicago.
2L and 3L law students may apply for PILI Internship opportunities at 8 public interest law organizations this spring.