The Suffolk Public Interest Law Group (SPILG) Fellowship program provides funding for students working in otherwise unpaid summer internships with non-profit and government organizations. The purpose of the fellowship program is to support Suffolk Law students dedicated to public service while providing an invaluable service to non-profit and government organizations and the communities they serve. The number of fellowships awarded each year varies but fellowships are typically available for approximately 60 students each summer.
THIS APPLICATION IS A TWO-PART PROCESS, BOTH DUE ON MARCH 9, 2018:
- Students must apply for a SPILG Fellowship by March 9 by 10am (through Symplicity).
- The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for 2018-19 must be completed. The 2018-19 FAFSA is available now at www.fafsa.gov. In addition, the 2017-18 FAFSA must be submitted if you have not already done so.
NOTE: You are not required to have a summer position secured in
order to submit a SPILG/FWS Application.
Contact Sarah Bookbinder, Associate Director for Public Interest Advising and Pro Bono Programs, in PCD if you have any questions.