In 1990, Lewis & Clark law students founded the Public Interest Law Project (PILP) to encourage law students to pursue public interest careers. We have two primary goals:
- To provide students with summer public interest stipends; and
- to provide continuing support to our graduate Public Interest Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP).
Our annual auction and other fundraising efforts allow PILP to pursue its goals. PILP Summer Stipends have helped students work on a variety of public interest issues, including children’s rights, environmental protection, domestic violence, and civil rights.
Up to $5,000 and mentorship from some of Oregon’s prominent attorneys.
The votes are tallied, and next year’s PILP Board has been elected!
Awards totaling $77,500 funding a total of 18 summer stipends announced.
September 17th, 2013
Equal Justice Works Fellowship Deadline
Make your dream job a reality.
October 25th, 2013
Equal Justice Works Conference & Career Fair
Find Public Interest internships, externships, and jobs and learn about cutting edge public interest issues. Crystal Gateway Marriott, Arlington, VA(Until October 26th)