Participation in one of our more than 40 student organizations helps foster the social skills you need as an aspiring attorney as you connect with kindred spirits, perform public service and develop leadership skills.
Public Justice Foundation
The Public Justice Foundation (PJF), one of our largest student organizations, helps to ensure that quality legal services are provided to those who would otherwise be marginalized or forgotten in the justice system. This is achieved through Public Interest Law Fellowships, which are awarded to students who devote their summers to working in an area of public interest law, such as Legal Aid, the district attorney’s office, Child Services, the Environmental Protection Agency and the United Nations, among others. Each year PJF hosts its annual Goods and Services Auction to raise funds in support of summer fellowships for students pursuing non-paid internships in government and nonprofit agencies.