Students interested in working for public interest law organizations may apply for stipends created through Southwestern Grant and Fellowship programs. These programs provide the matching amount for Federal Work Study funds applied to positions off campus, thereby providing students with meaningful public service exposure while offering community organizations valuable legal assistance. Other programs are also available to work in public interest and help the local community, living up to the dual goals of enhancing the educational experience of its students and assisting people and public entities in need.
Please note: A student may not receive scholarship funds from Southwestern in excess of current tuition.
- Public Interest Law Summer Grant Program
- Harvey L. and Lillian Silbert Public Interest Fellowship Program
- Public Interest Service Awards