Summer Funding Sources
The Office of Public Interest maintains the following list of summer funding resources. It is updated annually as new information is provided. For third-party funding sources (non-WCL), please refer to the organization websites for up-to-date information about application criteria, materials, and deadlines. Please contact OPI with any general summer funding questions at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please use this information for future planning as well.
Summer Funding Sources Specifically for WCL Students
WCL Equal Justice Foundation (EJF) Grants
Established at American University Washington College of Law in 1989, EJF is a non-profit, student-run organization. Throughout the school year, EJF raises money and collects donations from students, faculty, staff, and the business community to fund grants for WCL students. Equal Justice Foundation (EJF) Grants are the primary source of funding for students who accept unpaid or low-paid public interest summer internships both in the U.S. and abroad. The $4,000 grants enable WCL students to gain valuable experience in the public interest sector while providing critical services to underrepresented members of our communities. Any student who accepts a full-time summer public interest position and meets EJF volunteer requirements is eligible to apply. For more information visit the EJF website.
Patton Boggs Public Policy Fellowship
Since 2011, the Patton Boggs Foundation has been pleased to make available annually a Patton Boggs Public Policy Fellowship grant to the American University Washington College of Law for summer work. The grant provides a rising 2L, 3L or 4L with the essential funding to pursue a public policy position of their choosing. One grant of $5,000 is awarded to the recipient. The Patton Boggs Foundation focuses on students with a strong interest in international dispute resolution. Students may seek opportunities in foreign countries and in the United States. A preference is given to interested veterans of the Iraqi and Afghanistan wars. The Foundation also wishes to further opportunities for students who contribute to the diverse economic, educational, and ethnic background of WCL’s student body. Applicants are encouraged to visit the Foundation’s website and Facebook page (google "Patton Boggs Foundation Facebook") for additional information about the Foundation and prior Fellows. Applications are due March 29 and are available by clicking this link.
Women's Bar Association Foundation of the District of Columbia Founders Fellowship
Approximately every six years, the Women’s Bar Association Foundation of the District of Columbia (WBAF) selects the American University Washington College of Law (WCL) as the recipient of their Founders Fellowship. In 2013, WCL was selected to be the recipient of the Fellowship, which provides a stipend to allow a law student to work at a local non-profit organization dedicated to serving the legal and related needs of women and girls in the DC Metropolitan area. Examples of organizations where past recipients have worked include Ayuda, Tahirih Justice Center, and HIV/AIDS Legal Clinic. The amount of the fellowship is $7,500. Applications are due on Thursday, April 11 and are available by clicking this link.
Tinker Field Research Grant
Tinker Field Research Grants are awarded by the Center for Latin American and Latino Studies to American University master's or doctoral level students to support preliminary field research in Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking Latin American and Caribbean countries (excluding Puerto Rico). Grants are intended to provide graduate students with the opportunity to develop independent research projects and conduct hands-on field research for the first time. Funding can only be allocated to support exploratory work that will inform preparation of a PhD dissertation, a Master’s thesis or a substantial research paper. The awards are not intended for advanced dissertation research. Tinker grants cover primarily travel expenses for short (two weeks to four months) periods of investigation in Latin America. Priority is given to PhD candidates, but grants will be allocated to students pursuing other graduate degrees. Learn more.
Popular Summer Funding Sources
Equal Justice America Legal Services Fellowships
Equal Justice America provides $4,000 fellowships to students who accept full-time summer public interest employment at a non-profit organization in the U.S. providing direct civil legal assistance for the poor. Placements with public defender offices and government agencies do not qualify. Equal Justice America sponsors fellowships for 175 law students at more than 75 law schools, including Washington College of Law.
To apply, applicants must send a cover letter describing their commitment and interest in providing legal services to the poor, a resume, two letters of recommendation, and an employment confirmation letter from the hiring organization to Equal Justice America. Students should indicate on the cover letter whether or not they have work-study funding. Students may apply prior to securing a placement, but an employment confirmation letter is required before a fellowship will be awarded. All application materials must be sent together. All applications must be postmarked no later than March 25, 2013. Awards will be announced by email on or aroundlater than April 26, 2013.
Equal Justice Works Summer Corps Program
Equal Justice Works Summer Corps is an AmeriCorps-funded program that provides 350 law students with the opportunity to earn an $1,000 education award voucher for spending the summer in a qualifying internship at a non-profit, public interest organization. Students must complete 300 service hours to receive the education award voucher, which can be used to pay current educational expenses or qualified student loans. Additionally, county, state, and nonprofit public defenders offices now qualify for Summer Corps funding. The 2013 application will be due mid-March and is now available on the Equal Justice Works website.
Other Funding Sources
PSJD.org publishes summer funding information each year. Please check PSJD periodically to keep up to date with summer funding information as it becomes available. Below is a summary of various funding sources avaliable nationwide or in a specific geographic location.
Funding Available Nationwide
ABA Commission on Homelessness and Poverty / John J. Curtin, Jr. Legal Internship
Contact: Amy Horton Newell
Phone: 202-662-1694 |E-mail: email@example.com | Website: http://www.americanbar.org/groups/public_services/homelessness_poverty/john_j_curtin_jr_fellowship.html
This legal internship program provides a $2,500 stipend to three law students who spend the summer months working for a bar association or legal services program designed to prevent homelessness or assist homeless or indigent clients or their advocates. The ABA provides a list of organizations the student may consider, however this list is not exclusive. The student may work at any approved homeless advocacy project run by a bar association or legal services program. The application form is available here and all applications must be received by Monday, March 25, 2013.
AFL-CIO Law Student Union Summer
Phone: 202-637-5397 | Fax: 202-637-5323 | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org |Website: http://www.aflcio.org/Get-Involved/Union-Summer-Law Student-Union-Summer
The AFL-CIO Law Student Union Summer program provides a weekly stipend of $600 (plus transportation and housing costs) for a 10 week legal internship program that combines front-line legal work with grassroots organizing in real, on-going campaigns by AFL-CIO unions in various regions of the country. For more information and for application materials, see http://www.aflcio.org/Get-Involved/Union-Summer-Law-Student-Union-Summer/Law-Student-Union-Summer-2013. Online application is also available from this site. The deadline is October 19, 2012 for 2Ls, and January 18, 2013 for 1Ls.
The American Society of International Law Arthur C. Helton Fellowship Program
Phone: 202-939-6000 | E-mail: email@example.com |Website: http://www.asil.org/helton-fellowship.cfm
Funded by contributions from ASIL members, this one-time award will provide financial assistance, "micro-grants" of up to $1000, for law students and young lawyers to pursue human rights work and research. Fellows will undertake their projects in affiliation with an established NGO or human rights organization. All applications must be received no later than Monday, January 7, 2013 by 11:59pm EST. Students can begin to submit applications on Monday, October 15, 2012. Only the first 50 completed applications will be considered. A notice that the application process has closed will be posted on the ASIL website once 50 completed applications have been received. Awards will be announced by mid-February 2013.
For more information, and for online application, see http://www.asil.org/helton-guidelines.cfm.
2013 American Association for Justice Law Student Scholarships
Click on each of law student scholarships for more information on how to apply!
The Alia Herrera Memorial Scholarship, with an award amount of $3,000, is open to Law Student Members who are entering their second or third year of law school, or have the equivalent of one year to complete.
AAJ's Minority Caucus awards up to six $1,000 scholarships to African American, Hispanic, Asian American, Native American, and Biracial Law Student Members who are entering their first, second, or third year of law school.
Open to all AAJ Law Student Members who are entering their second and third year of law school, this $2,500 scholarship is awarded to the applicant who best demonstrates the following: commitment to AAJ and its mission; a desire to represent victims; interest and skill in trial advocacy; and financial need.
Sponsored by AAJ and AAJ member Ira Leesfield, this scholarship awards $2,500 to a Law Student Member to subsidize attendance at AAJ’s Annual Convention. Available to first- and second-year AAJ Law Student Members.
The Mike Eidson Scholarship Fund was established by the AAJ Women for Justice Education Fund in 2008, in honor of AAJ Past President Mike Eidson, whose vision and generosity inspired it. The Scholarship awards $5,000 annually to a female student entering her third year of law school (the student can be enrolled in a three-year day program or four-year night program) who has demonstrated a commitment to a career as a trial lawyer, along with dedication to upholding and defending the principles of the Constitution, and to the concept of a fair trial, the adversary system, and a just result for the injured, the accused, and those whose rights are jeopardized.
Asian American Bar Association of the Greater Bay Area (AABA) / AABA Law Foundation
The AABA offers one $2000 scholarship to a qualified summer law clerk to work on legal projects that provide free legal services to the Asian American community. Students must work a minimum of 10 weeks. Application instructions for the grant are available on the AABA's website. The deadline to apply is January 18, 2013. Check the website for updates.
The FCBA will award at least four summer stipends of $5,000 to law students employed as unpaid summer interns in positions with the FCC and other government agencies or entities with jurisdiction over the communications industry (i.e., broadcasting, cable television, telephony, satellite and information technology). Applicants will be considered based on their demonstrated interest in the communications field; having secured or having pending, an unpaid summer position for at least eight (8) weeks with a government agency; their involvement in community activities; and, their dependence on financial assistance in order to accept an unpaid internship. More information and application materials are available on the Foundation’s website. Deadline to apply is March 13, 2013.
Ms. JD Public Interest Scholarship
Ms. JD is thrilled to continue their annual support of women pursuing public interest careers by offering $500 scholarships for law students working in public interest law this summer. Unpaid judicial externs also qualify for these scholarships. Students need not have a placement at the time of their application, but must send an offer letter to Ms. JD by the beginning of the summer. To apply, please send a resume, anticipated employer, other sources of funding, and essay on the aforementioned topic to Bence@ms-jd.org. Please include your Ms. JD user ID in your cover letter or in the plain text of your email. Applications are due no later than March 15, 2013.
The Peggy Browning Fund supports between 40 and 50 funded Summer Fellowships of $4,500 in labor-related organizations throughout the United States. Information regarding participating labor organizations and application materials are available here. A cover letter, resume and completed application form must be sent to each eligible work site to which you wish to apply. A copy of each complete application must also be sent to the Peggy Browning Fund. Both the Fund and the specific sites to which students are applying must have received your applications by the deadline. Students may apply for up to 5 mentor sites. Applications must be recieved no later than Friday, January 18, 2013. Students will notified of their selection in mid to late Februay 2013.
PERC'S fellowships for graduate students and law students offer the ideal opportunity for those who are interested in researching issues related to natural resources and the environment. Graduate fellows receive a monthly stipend of $1,800 for three months while working at PERC in Bozeman, Montana, researching and writing a paper under the supervision of a PERC senior fellow. While there, fellows are required to present two to three seminars to outline, report on, and summarize their research findings. A paper of publishable quality is the expected result. Find more information and application materials here. Fellowships are awarded three times a year: spring, summer, and fall. The deadline for a summer 2013 PERC Graduate Fellowship is February 15, 2013. Apply for a PERC Graduate Fellowship between January 1 and February 15 of each year. Decisions will be announced no later than March 15.
Pride Law Fund offered two types of fellowship for the summer of 2012: the Pride Law Fund Summer Fellowship and the Steven Richter Fellowship. The Pride Law Fund Summer Fellowship supports work of concern to the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community in the public sector, on public policy or of a public service nature, work in the area of civil rights and education, and direct legal services. The Steven Richter Fellowship supports direct legal services and projects on issues of concern to individuals with HIV or AIDS. The Richter Fellowship is not limited to law students or legal projects. The PLF Fellowship Program is open to law students working under the supervision of an attorney at a 501(c)(3) tax exempt non-profit organization anywhere in the country. Enrollment in law school is not required for the Steven Richter Fellowship. Applicants may apply for more than one fellowship by submitting a written proposal for a Summer project on which they seek to work, together with a letter of sponsorship by an attorney from a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit public interest organization, setting forth the attorney’s commitment to supervise the applicant on the project. The deadline to apply is usually April 1. Check the website for updates.
The GLBT Bar Association of Washington (“QLaw”) will sponsor law student summer internships for up to $500 per week for 10 weeks beginning in the summer of 2013. Law students seeking low or unpaid summer internships serving the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (“LGBT”) community or people with HIV/AIDS are encouraged to apply. The Public Interest Summer Grant Program is designed to encourage innovative new projects while developing the critical skills necessary for law students developing careers in the public interest. Students will design legal projects to be sponsored by a non-profit, government, or tribal organization. The sponsoring organizations will provide the student with legal supervision and administrative support over the course of the ten (10) week internship. The grant cycle for 2013 will start in December 2012. Applications will be made available and applications will be due at the end of February/beginning of March. For more information about the application process, visit http://www.q-law.org/summergrantprogram.
Funding Available in Specific Regions
ABA Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources Fellowships in Environmental Law
Contact: Noemi Alvarez, Administrative Assistant
Phone: 312-988-5625 | E-mail: Noemi.Alvarez@americanbar.org.
The ABA Diversity Fellowship in Environmental Law will not be offered for the summer of 2013.
The program will be going through a review process in the effort to enhance the program. We would like to thank all past not-for-profit organizations representing traditionally underserved groups, other not-for-profit environmental organizations, and local, state and federal governmental organizations which provided placements for our past summer Fellowship recipients. Without their assistance, this program would not have been possible.
Additional information regarding future fellowship opportunities will be posted as information becomes available.
Asian American Law Fund of New York
Contact: Sylvia Fung Chin
For 2013, the Fund will continue to award Scholarships in the amount of $5000 each to up to three law students who work with NY community service organizations during summer 2013. Each student is expected to volunteer at least 6 weeks, 35 hours per week, during the summer and to apply the award to the payment of law school tuition. Projects have to be with non-profit organizations and must serve New York's Asian American community. Proposed projects for the summer are included with the application. However, applicants are allowed to propose their own projects. Proposed projects have to involve legal work and have a supervising attorney. Applications are due April 1, 2013. Applications can be found here.
AEF awards summer fellowships of $2,500 for 10 weeks each year to law students from around the nation. The primary purpose of the fellowships is to fund a student’s internship with a public interest organization that benefits either the metropolitan Washington, D.C. community-at-large and/or the Asian Pacific American community. Such organizations include governmental organizations and other non-profits serving the public interest. The internship must be unpaid (except for nominal payment for such items as transportation), arranged by the student, extend at least ten weeks or a total of 400 hours, and be based in the Greater Washington, D.C. area. Students must secure sponsorship, then apply to AEF for funding. Application materials and information are available on the Fund's website, at law schools, or from AEF, http://www.aefdc.org/. Last year, applications were due May 1, 2012.
Charles G. Koch Charitable Foundation: 2013 Internship Program - Arlington, VA
This paid internship offers the unique chance to work in a substantive role for some of the top liberty advancing public policy organizations. In addition to exploring a career path within a think tank, interns engage in weekly educational programming that teaches the ideas of economic freedom and provides professional development. The 2013 Summer Internship begins on June 3rd, 2013; first round of applications are due by Monday, December 3rd. Applications are due by December 10th, 2012.
Florida Bar Foundation Legal Services Summer Fellowship Program
Phone: 800-541-2195 | Fax: 407-839-0287 | http://www.flabarfndn.org/
Effective as of the 2011-12 grant year, The Florida Bar Foundation has suspended its Law Student Assistance Grant Program temporarily due to severely reduced revenue from Florida's Interest on Trust Accounts (IOTA) Program. The Foundation intends to restore its funding of Law Student Assistance grants when IOTA revenue rises to pre-recession levels.
For more information contact Clara Bevington.
The 1983-84 grant year marked the start of the Foundation's Law Student Assistance (LSA) grant program. Since that time the Foundation has initiated and discontinued different law student grant projects to promote public interest and pro bono activities among law students and in their subsequent legal careers. Changing needs and opportunities and the availability of funds have determined the number and level of grant projects. The programs that promote public interest and pro bono work remain the central focus of the LSA grant program.
Goodwin Public Interest Fellowships for Law Students of Color for 1Ls
This fellowship programoffersawards of $7,500to students of color who work in public interest positions the summer after their first year of law school. Thisprogram allows Goodwin Procter to connect with a wide array of talented students early in their legal careers who are committed to giving back to their communities. In addition to the monetary fellowship award, selected fellows are guaranteed a "straight-to-callback" interview with the Goodwin Procter office of their choice in the fall interviewing season during their second year of law school. Fellows will also be invited to participate in some of our summer associate program events during their summer at the public interest organization. Additional information on the Fellowships (including how to apply) can be found here
Fellows will have the opportunity to work at public interest organizations at the forefront of debates on broadband and access policy, content regulation, copyright and trademark reform, consumer privacy, open government, and more. The fellowship pays $7,000 for 10 weeks spent with a host organization. Check the Google Policy Fellowship website for future host programs for the internship.
The HBA-DC funds two fellowships of up to $5,000 for first and second year law students to work in a non-profit legal services agency in Washington, D.C. Students must secure sponsorship on their own, then apply to the HBA-DC for funding. The Foundation also awards one $10,000 fellowship to a First Year Law student on behalf of National Council of La Raza/Patton Boggs. This fellowship is intended to provide funding for a law student working for the summer in a public interest legal position that is otherwise not compensated by the sponsoring entity. To be eligible, an applicant must be: (1) a first-year Latino/a law student; (2) actively enrolled in, and attending, any accredited law school in the United States or Puerto Rico; and (3) accepted to work for a minimum of eight weeks with the sponsoring entity. The sponsoring entity may be a not-for-profit organization or a governmental agency, and must be located in any of the following cities in the United States: the Washington DC metropolitan area; Denver, CO; Newark, NJ; New York, NY; Dallas, TX; or Anchorage, AK. Preference will be given to students working with entities whose client base includes the Hispanic/Latino community. For application procedures click here. Applications for the summer of 2013 are due by March 29, 2013. Applications are usually due in late March to early April.
This fellowship provides $5,000 for full-time, eight week minimum, summer employment open to all first and second year law students. Through a working partnership with the National Association of Attorneys General, students will work in the consumer protection departments of the offices of state attorneys general. Thirty-four locations were selected to receive a Steiger Fellow for the summer of 2013. Applicants must submit an application form; resume; writing sample; and, statement of interest. The application form is available here. All applications for the summer of 2013 must be complete and received by October 19, 2012.
Jerome N. Frank Legal Services Center at Yale Law School: Summer Fellow
Contact: Kathryn Jannke
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | http://www.law.yale.edu/academics/JeromeNFrankLSO.htm
The Jerome N. Frank Legal Services Center at Yale Law School seeks 20-25 Summer Fellows to work with clinical faculty this summer. A stipend of $6,700 will be provided for 12 weeks of full-time work. more information, please few the attached announcement below. Interested students should email a cover letter specifying the clinic(s) in which you are interested, a resume, writing sample, transcript, and two references email@example.com. Applications are due by March 1, 2013. Early applications are encouraged.
Fellows must work a minimum of ten full time weeks at one of the LAAC member organizations and will receive a stipend of $3,500. Applicants must have a strong interest in working to defend and expand the legal rights of the poor and disadvantaged. Offices of Public Defenders or District Attorneys are not LAAC Member programs because they are not legal services organizations funded by IOLTA. All LAAC Member programs are located in California. People of color and students from low-income or working class backgrounds are particularly encouraged to apply. More information is avalible here. The application deadline last year was April 2, 2012. Please check the website for an updated application.
Maryland Legal Aid Society: Paid Law Clerk Summer 2013
Under the supervision of an attorney, a law clerk is generally expected to assist with selected functions related to casework, from initial intake through representation of clients at judicial and administrative proceedings. Some law clerks may perform exclusively or primarily non-casework functions. Individuals must be enrolled as a student in a law school, must have good written and oral communications skills and must demonstrate potential to perform duties of a law clerk.Salary: $13.00 per hour for 1L & 2L; $15.00 per hour for 3L; 35 hours per week, up to a maximum of 400 hours for the summer.
Please specify geographical location desired:(Click the location to apply.)
This fellowship program offers approximately 6 stipends of up to $6,000 to law students who intern during the summer months at nonprofit organizations providing civil legal services to low-income clients in Massachusetts. Students must work 10 weeks. To apply, students must submit a resume, an official law school transcript, one letter of reference, applicant information form, essay (details on applicant information form), and an organization supporting statement form. Applications may be obtained on-line. More information is avaliable here. The Summer 2013 application deadline is March 15, 2013.
The program places law students in public interest legal organizations in New Jersey. Students must apply directly to Legal Services of New Jersey, which will refer prospective candidates to participating employers for final selection. Every year, over 20 public interest and government organizations in New Jersey participate in the program. 2009 Interns were paid at a rate of $550 per week for rising 2nd year students and $750 per week for rising 3rd year students. The program particularly seeks people who have demonstrated their commitment to helping the disadvantaged through their prior work, extracurricular activities during school and volunteer efforts, and give evidence of strong commitment to a public interest career. The application is available online here. All applications will be considered in the order in which they are received. Hiring decisions will be made on a continuing basis from November 15, 2012 until all positions are filled (usually by mid-April). Interested students are strongly encouraged to apply as early as possible.
New York State Bar Association - Minority Fellowships in Environmental Law
Contact: Lisa Batille| Phone: 518-463-3200 | http://www.nysba.org/
Law students are eligible for consideration if they are enrolled in a law school in New York State or are permanent New York State residents enrolled in a law school in another state. Recipients will receive a $6,000 stipend for a minimum of ten weeks of summer employment. The winner of the fellowship must find his/her own placement. Find more information here. The Summer 2013 application deadline has been extended to December 31, 2012.
Martin Luther King (MLK) Interns are assigned to local legal service programs across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Interns are selected and assigned by the Martin Luther King, Jr. Hiring and Training Committee. The Hiring Committee will assign selected interns to local legal service agencies. Salary and benefits are determined by the host program. Minority law students from any law school are invited to apply. Find more information here. See the brochure attachment at the bottom of the web page. Current law students (1L or 2L) may indicate their interest in serving as a MLK summer intern by sending a letter (expressing interest and preferences), resume and three references to:
MLK Summer Internship
Pennsylvania Legal Aid Network
118 Locust Street
Harrisburg, PA 17101
The deadline for summer of 2013 is January 31st, 2013.
PILI recruits law students (1L's and 2L's) from across the nation for summer internships with public interest law agencies in the Chicago metropolitan area. PILI awards stipends of $5,000 for ten weeks of full-time employment. Click here more information about participating public interest law agencies in the Chicago area, and for application materials .The Summer 2013 application season opens on October 15, 2012. NALP restrictions prohibit 1Ls from applying prior to December 1, 2012. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis through March of 2013. Interested students are encouraged to apply early.
The Robert M. Takasugi Public Interest Fellowship was established to honor the Honorable Robert M. Takasugi (C.D. Cal.) for his service on the federal bench and a lifetime of community activism and leadership. The Fellowship encourages future generations of attorneys to embrace the qualities of selfless struggle, courage, intellect, and compassion that Judge Takasugi has exemplified through his many years as a state and federal judge, and as a member of the bar. All fellows must work at a public interest “sponsoring” organization, subject to approval by the Fellowship. The Fellowship funds one or more summer law fellows in amounts up to $5,000. In the past, the Fellowship has approved organizations classified as 501(c)(3)s (by the IRS Code) and public defenders’ offices. The organization must be in either the San Francisco Bay Area or the Greater Los Angeles Metropolitan Area. The fellows must work at a sponsoring organization for at least ten weeks. Applications are available at here. The Summer 2013 application deadline is March 15, 2013.
South Asian Bar Association of New York Public Interest Fellowship
SABANY annually awards four fellowships of $4,000 to outstanding law students who have demonstrated a commitment to public service so that they may spend their summer working unpaid in the New York area public interest sector. To be eligible for the fellowship, candidates must be a first or second year law student either (i) of South Asian descent who will be spending at least ten weeks of the summer of 2013 in an unpaid legal internship in New York State, or (ii) who will be spending at least ten weeks of the summer in an unpaid legal internship in New York State which specifically focuses on the needs of the local South Asian community. Applications are available on the SABANY website. The Summer 2013 application deadline has not been announced, but the Summer 2012 application deadline was March 16, 2012.
South Asian Bar Association of Washington D.C. Public Interest Fellowship
SABA-DC provides financial assistance in the form of summer fellowships to law students working at public interest organizations in the metropolitan D.C. area. The primary purpose of the fellowship is to help fund a student’s internship with a public interest organization for the benefit of the South Asian community and the metropolitan D.C. area. The number of Fellowships awarded, as well as the amount of each grant, will be determined by the SABA-DC Fellowship Committee and is based on SABA-DC’s fundraising efforts and the number of quality applicants it receives. Applications are available on the SABA-DC website. You can also find the application at: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0BxsYNsuAMpgzM3U3cVRKWGJJMXc/edit?usp=sharing. Applications are due March 29, 2013. Please send all application materials to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Foundation will provide grants of up to $5,000 to law students for projects that make governmental and social services agencies more accessible and responsive to individuals or groups whose needs are not adequately met. The Foundation is interested only in proposals that will produce some tangible program, such as information booklets, brochures, educational curriculum and videotapes. Projects must benefit residents of Southern California. The application and additional information is available here. The deadline to apply is 5:00 p.m. on Monday, March 18, 2013.