Public interest law programs

UChicago Law students graduate ready to lead the way in solving local and global problems. Clear thinking and rigorous analysis of tough issues are synonymous with the Law School, where students of diverse backgrounds and perspectives collaborate and share ideas in a challenging intellectual environment. Your support strengthens the Law School’s programs and resources for students interested in public interest law, including financial aid, fellowships, and the Pro Bono Pledge—through which students volunteer 50 hours of supervised legal work prior to graduation—to remind all students that serving the public will be their lifelong obligation no matter where their careers take them.

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