Providing financial support for public service involvement is an important priority for the School of Law and the Program. The School of Law’s Office of Public Interest Programs administers a variety of programs that enable Program students to pursue public service work during the summer. Whether engaged in direct service work, impact litigation or policy advocacy, and whether in a nonprofit or public sector setting, Program students are afforded the opportunity to gain exposure to the diverse world that is public interest practice.
- Alison Gray Anderson Summer Fellowship Fund
- Elizabeth C. and Nathan H. Snyder Memorial Fund
- Harold Horowitz Fellowship Fund
- Public Interest Support Fund
- Robert and Milly Kayyem Family Fund
- Sidley Austin Brown & Wood Public Interest Fellowship
Program students also benefit from the array of institutional funding sources available to all School of Law students and administered by the Office of Public Interest Programs. And, Program students are also eligible for the variety of non-UCLA funding opportunities. The Office of Public Interest Programs maintains information about specific sources of auxiliary funding available nationwide to support summer public interest work.