The has both a professional and educational mission: it serves the bench, the bar, and the academy by providing a forum for the publication of original, high quality legal research while also providing educational experiences for its Editors. The is committed to improving the surrounding community in Philadelphia and the national legal community as a whole. Through this Competition, the seeks to expand this opportunity and further its dual mission by publishing serious legal scholarship focused on social justice and by supporting important public interest work that moves the law forward.
The winner of the 2014 Carole Bailey Scholarship is Xheni Llaguri, a third year law student at the University of Maryland, Francis King Carey School of Law. Before law school, Ms. Llaguri taught elementary grade students in the Teach for America program. She has demonstrated additional dedication to public service, working in various capacities involving such issues as homelessness, immigration and naturalization, and health law. With her law degree, Ms. Llaguri intends be an advocate for students with special needs and promote equal opportunity education.
Interest In Public Service Essay
The is pleased to announce the winner of this year's Public Interest Essay Competition. The essay, , was authored by Ryan Snow and is published in our online edition.
Essay about commitment to public interest
The is accepting submissions for its third annual Public Interest Essay Competition. The deadline for submissions is Friday, July 30, 2017, at midnight, via the
Public interest law scholarship essay
The grant proposal must be 800 words or less and request support to go directly to a non‐profit organization, a pro bono clinic, or for the author’s own direct public interest work. The cause supported must be germane to the essay topic and the best proposals will be designed to implement the legal theory on which the author expounds. The proposal must include a six‐month budget and contact information for the primary recipient of the funds. If the author proposes to support a non‐profit or clinic, she must include overall budget information for that institution in addition to its contact information.
SCHOLARSHIP - Hampton Wildlife Fund
Many students come in to law school with a passion for a particular issue or set of issues, such as education or civil rights. Others develop a strong interest for a substantive area during law school. Still others find a practice setting or work style that they like and the issues they work on are less important. In any event, public interest work covers a huge range of issue areas, including some that people typically think of as “corporate.”
GMS – The Gates Millennium Scholars Program
The bar association received a large number of applications, most of which were highly meritorious and deserving of substantial praise. The scholarship committee was very impressed by the commitment to public service exhibited by all the applicants and welcomes them to compete again next year as long as they have not completed their legal education.
NMCEL - New Mexico Coalition of Educational Leaders
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