The Program in Public Interest Law and Policy - independently and together with the Office of Public Interest Programs, other School of Law specializations and programs, and other University departments and institutes – sponsors a variety of events and programs throughout the academic year, bringing practitioners and scholars from around the country to the School of Law to discuss issues of critical local, national and international interest. These programs are typically open to the entire School of Law community. The range of Program-sponsored events and programs this 2008-2009 academic year include:
Social Justice Speaker Series
Individual Speaker Series
Conference - "Rethinking Pro Bono: Private Lawyers and Public Service in the 21st Century"
Myriad other public interest programs and events are sponsored throughout the academic year by the Office of Public Interest Programs.