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Summer Internships and Funding

Rutgers Law School has long provided financial support to students pursuing public interest internships. Our Public Interest Law Foundation (PILF) hosts an annual auction to raise money for students seeking summer internships. For summer 2015, PILF has funded the following students to work at public interest organizations:

Marisol Conde-Hernandez ’17
Alumni Association Grant 
Harvard Legal Aid Bureau
Nayomi Deen ’16American Friends Service Committee Immigrant Rights Program
Madelaine Hicks ’16ACLU-NJ
Jacqueline J. Johnson ’16Child Care Law Center (San Francisco) 
Matthew Knoblauch ’16National Park Service
Casey Lee ’16Manhattan Legal Services
Daniel Palmer ’16New Jersey Attorney General’s Office, Appellate Division
Pooja Patel ’16Neighborhood Defender Service of Harlem
Farah Rahaman ’17Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice


In addition, our students have access to the PSJD Resource Center which provides exhaustive information on other summer funding sources as well as a listing of paid summer public interest internships. See: http://www.psjd.org/resource_center. The Office of Career Planning and the Eric Neisser Public Interest Program are available to assist students looking for these and other public interest opportunities.