Summer Public Interest Program

The University of Chicago Law School is committed to supporting a range of summer public
interest employment opportunities for both first- and second-year law students.

Through the Heerey Fellowship Program, a variety of generous donors provide financial support to fund first year fellowships. In addition, the Chicago Law Foundation and a web of other generous donors further allow the Law School to commit public interest funding to support the summers of first and second-year law students, including the support of students in international service positions.

University of Chicago Law School students have worked at an exciting range of organizations and government agencies. To learn more about the Summer Public Interest Program, and the application process, please click here.