This year, 44 Law Student Interns and 80 Graduate Fellows will provide legal services for clients at one of PILI’s 56 Participating Agencies.
Longtime PILI supporters recognized for their commitment to service.
The Pro Bono Pledge encourages and recognizes lawyers providing free legal assistance to low-income individuals and families.
The Polk Bros. Foundation grant covers the stipends for 9 summer Law Student Interns.
Interns not receiving PILI funding can sign up to receive weekly notices about upcoming programs.
If your firm sponsors PILI Graduate Fellows, we would love to come speak with your summer associates about our Graduate Fellowship Program.
PILI is happy to announce we are now on Twitter! Follow us: @PILI_Tweets!
“Pro bono and public interest work come in lots of forms, from direct service to program architecture and design. Do what delights you. But do something.”
More than 40 attorneys in Illinois’ Third Judicial Circuit attended to discuss the future of pro bono and how to get involved.
PILI is looking for Alumni and Board Members to participate in the Intern & Fellow Advising Program this summer. This program matches our summer Interns and Fellows with a member of PILI’s Board of Directors or Alumni Network to give them valuable insights into the Illinois legal community, practice areas, career strategies, or initial networking inroads.