Two law student summer fellowship programs, awarded through the Lawyers' Fund at the Allegheny County Bar Foundation and The John P. Gismondi Fund, are open to current second-year law students.
The Lawyers Fund will host twelve students at the following participating organizations: Christian Legal Aid, Disability Rights Pennsylvania, District Attorney’s Office, Education Law Center, Jewish Family & Children’s Service, Juvenile Court Project, KidsVoice, Office of Conflict Counsel, Office of Public Defender, Pro Bono Center, Women’s Center & Shelter, or the Women’s Law Project.
The Gismondi Fellowship Program provides interns with an intensive hands-on experience at Neighborhood Legal Services, exposing aspiring lawyers to the procedures related to either Protection from Abuse (PFA) or Housing cases.
For more information, please visit http://www.acbf.org/Lawyers-Fund-Law-Student-Summer-Fellowship-Program.
Eligible students must apply through PittLawWorks. The internship opportunity postings on PittLawWorks provide more information about each participating organization, as well as a list of all required application materials. The application deadline is January 15, 2019.
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