Association of Public Interest Law Public Interest Law Summer Fellowship Program
Through programming, outreach, and fundraising, the Association of Public Law (APIL) encourages students to pursue careers in the field of public interest law. The APIL Summer Fellowship Program awards fellowships to qualifying students who have committed to working in unpaid summer positions in public interest law.
Annually, APIL in conjunction with the Public Law Board and Sheila Brown awards the Craig Othmer Fellowship, a $3000.00 fellowship, to a law student who has secured an unpaid public interest position for the summer. To apply, please submit an application for the APIL Fellowships.