Public Service Fellowships and Scholarships
Students interested in public service careers should consider summer and post-graduate fellowships available through Suffolk Law and from external funding sources. The Rappaport Center is available to work closely with students to support efforts to obtain these fellowships.
Pro Bono Opportunities
Suffolk University Law School’s Pro Bono Program – administered by the Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service – allows law students to begin pro bono service now and encourages students to develop a lifelong commitment to pro bono work.
Government Honors & Internship Handbook
Access information about application procedures and deadlines for federal government honors programs and internships. Contact PCD for login information.
MLSC Government & Public Interest Interview Programs
The Massachusetts Law School Consortium sponsors two Government & Public Interest Programs each year: one in October at Boston College Law School and a second in January at Suffolk. Interview with employers for summer and post-graduate positions.