grants

Do you intend to work in a nonprofit organization or government agency or office next summer?  You may be eligible for a School of Law Summer Public Service Fellowship.  UCLA School of Law will provide a stipend or the “employer’s share” of work-study to enable students to work with a nonprofit organization or government agency or office this summer.

Interested students must have secured an offer from a nonprofit organization or government agency or office for the summer before applying for a Summer Public Service Fellowship.  The Fellowship application will serve as the application for all School of Law-affiliated summer public service funding opportunities, including Public Interest Law Fund (PILF) grants.

Download Fellowship Application

Download Intent to Apply Form (if you do not have a job lined up yet)

If you have any questions, please contact the PILF Grant Chair or the Director of Public Interest Programs, Cathy Mayorkas.


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