PILI is excited to welcome eight spring Law Student Interns who will work 200 hours during the semester at legal service agencies in Chicago.
“The look on all of our client’s faces when we finish their case has impacted me significantly. It makes me realize how necessary this work is for the greater good and health of our justice system.“
PILI is excited to welcome nine fall Law Student Interns who will work 200 hours during the semester at legal service agencies in Chicago.
PILI will grant $333,000 to fund 64 Law Student Interns at 30 public interest law organizations across Illinois during the 2019-20 academic year and the summer of 2020. PILI’s Law Student Internship Program connects law students from across the country with public interest law agencies in Illinois and pays them for their work.
This summer, 22 Law Student Interns hold Named or Honorary Internshippositions, which are created and funded by individuals and groups dedicated to promoting public interest law.
PILI is extremely grateful to the Lesbian and Gay Bar Association Foundation (LAGBAC) for new funding that will allow PILI to open three new summer Internship allocations in Summer 2019.
This is a report on the Fall 2018 Interns including the type of work they did, the clients they served and their impact. It also includes evaluation data on their experience with PILI.
Twenty-one Law Student Interns hold Named or Honorary Internship positions, funded by individuals and groups dedicated to promoting public interest law.
PILI is excited to welcome nine spring semester Law Student Interns who will work at public interest law agencies in Chicago during the spring semester.
This Internship at Legal Aid Society will be at the will be funded by Justice Sheila O’Brien and Judge Wayne Andersen.