PUBLIC INTEREST LAW CENTER (PILC)

Dec. 1: Summer Funding Registration Deadline

THE LAST DAY TO REGISTER FOR SUMMER FUNDING IS QUICKLY APPROACHING.  Friday, December 1 is the last day for 1Ls and 2Ls to register for summer funding.  Even if you are uncertain as to your summer plans, you should register […]

Nov. 13: PILC/PILSA Mixer-Make the Most of Your Break

Join PILC and PILSA at this pre-break mixer. Get tips from fellow students and counselors on ways to use your winter break to advance your public interest job search. Please RSVP here (so we make sure there is enough pizza). […]

Nov. 14: NYS Excelsior Fellowship Information Session

Calling all 3Ls who may be interested in working for New York State on issues ranging from energy and environmental conservation to human rights and criminal justice.  Please join representatives of the NYS Governor’s Office for an information session concerning […]

Nov. 15: Critical Language Scholarship Deadline

The Critical Language Scholarship Program is an eight to ten week fully-funded language and cultural enrichment summer program of the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. The scholarship is open to U.S. undergraduate and graduate students […]

Nov. 16: Kent Hirozawa ’82 will deliver the 2017 Frank J. Guarini Government Lecture

Kent Hirozawa ’82 will be the featured speaker at this year’s Guarini Government Lecture presented by PILC.  The lecture and subsequent reception will be held in Greenberg Lounge from 6:00 to 7:30 on November 16th. Mr. Hirozawa was nominated by President Obama […]

Nov. 17: Advocating for Workplace Justice Panel

Please join PILC and the Peggy Browning Fund for a workplace justice panel featuring labor law practitioners from union-side firms, the government, and labor unions.  The panel will take place on Friday, November 17, from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM […]

Nov. 6-9: Digital Media Zone, Law, Justice and Development Week 2017

As part of the Law, Justice and Development Week 2017 organized by the World Bank’s Legal Vice Presidency and focused on “GENDER, LAW and DEVELOPMENT”, the organization is producing a 4 day-long communication initiative, the Digital Media Zone, which will […]

Nov. 6: Legal Aid Society Diversity Open House

On Monday, November 6, 2017, at 6:00 p.m., The Legal Aid Society welcomes 1L and 2L law students to attend our Fifth Annual Diversity Fair. Hosted by Debevoise & Plimpton, LLP, the Diversity Fair will offer law students the opportunity […]

Nov. 8: Discussion on The Current and Expanding Role of State AG’s Offices

Please join PILC on November 8 from 1:00–2:00pm in FH 210 for a discussion with former Attorney General of Maine, James E. Tierney, about the world and work of State Attorneys General offices nationwide. Mr. Tierney will speak about the broadening role of State AG offices.  Mr. […]

Nov. 8: Justice Catalyst Information Session

Join PILC on Wednesday, November 8, at 12:00 PM in the PILC/OCS Library to learn about post-graduate project fellowship opportunities with  Justice Catalyst (http://justicecatalyst.org/).  Justice Catalyst activates path-breaking approaches to social justice lawyering and affirmative litigation that have real-world impact […]

Nov. 10: Sinsheimer Children’s Rights Fellowship Deadline

The application period for the Sinsheimer Children’s Rights Fellowship (2018-2019) is now open. The Fellowship will commence in September of 2018 for the period of one year. One position is available.   Please note: Partnership for Children’s Rights is in […]

Pro Bono Opportunity – ACLU of Alaska – Alaska Prisoner’s Rights Guide

The ACLU of Alaska’s Alaska Prisoner’s Rights Guide is a highly requested resource that, unfortunately, hasn’t been updated since 2010. Because of the near-daily requests we get from incarcerated individuals, we feel it is of high priority to update it to […]

New York Women’s Bar Association Foundation Paid Part-Time NYU Law Student Fellowship

Her Justice seeks a NYU Law student for each semester of the academic year to serve as the New York Women’s Bar Association Foundation (NYWBAF) Fellow. The position requires 10-20 hours per week. The fellowship is funded by the NYWBAF […]

Apply Now for the Masiyiwa-Bernstein Fellowship (Deadline 11/4)

The Masiyiwa-Bernstein Fellowship provides three graduating JD students with the opportunity to spend one year working with an innovative human rights organization. Fellows will be selected to work with Human Rights First, Make the Road NY, and NYU Stern’s Center for Business and […]

Oct. 30: Black Voices on Immigration – Perspectives from the African Diaspora in the United States

Black Voices on Immigration:  Perspectives from the African Diaspora in the United States   October 30th, Sexton Lounge, NYU Law School 245 Sullivan Street, 2nd Floor. Dinner: 6:00pm – 6:30pm Panel Discussion: 6:30pm – 8:00pm *Event is Open to the Public*   […]

Oct. 30: Information Session with The Legal Aid Society

Please join The Legal Aid Society for an information session on October 30 at 12:45 p.m.! The Legal Aid Society is the oldest and largest nonprofit organization in the United States providing free legal services for clients who cannot afford […]

Oct. 30: 2017-18 International Finance and Development Fellowship Deadline

The Public Interest Law Center is pleased to announce the 2017-18 International Finance and Development (IFD) Fellowships. Current full-time LLM students at NYU School of Law are eligible to apply. This year we expect to select fourteen students as IFD […]

Oct. 30: Salzburg Global Seminar/Lloyd N. Cutler Fellows in International Law Application Deadline

New York University (NYU) School of Law is accepting applications for the Salzburg Lloyd N. Cutler Fellows Program. The Salzburg Cutler Fellows Program brings together 55 of the nation’s top law students with leading academics, judges, and practitioners in the fields of private and public international law. […]

Nov. 1: New York State Office of the Attorney General Information Session

The New York State Office of the Attorney General (OAG) will be on campus for a panel discussion about career opportunities and the importance of the state attorneys general.  The panel will be moderated by Sandra Jefferson Grannum, Chief of the […]

Nov. 1: Gallatin Global Fellowship in Human Rights Deadline

The Gallatin Global Fellowship in Human Rights will provide several selected NYU students with $5,000 each for extended internships or research projects to be conducted in Summer 2018. Interested students should plan to attend an Information Session and the Fall Symposium. […]

Nov. 2: National Lawyers Guild Labor and Employment Committee Fall Conference Call

On Thursday 11/2 from 5:30-7:00pm, join with other law students across the country in a conference call with representatives from the SEIU and the Peggy Browning Fund to learn about summer and post-grad job opportunities.   Law students of all […]

Nov. 3: Getting out of NYC – Summer Internships Beyond the Big Cities

Thinking about the summer?  Interested in getting out of New York City (or any big city)?  Come get inspired through hearing about the experiences of 2Ls and 3Ls who have taken the path less traveled.  Students will discuss their experiences […]

Nov. 4: Robert L. Bernstein Fellowship in International Human Rights Deadline

The Robert L. Bernstein Fellowship in International Human Rights enables an NYU Law School graduate to devote a year to full-time human rights work at Human Rights in China (HRIC).  HRIC is a Chinese non-governmental organization (NGO) founded in March 1989 by […]

Nov. 4: Masiyiwa-Bernstein Fellowship Deadline

The Masiyiwa-Bernstein Fellowship will provide three graduating JD students with the opportunity to spend one year working with an innovative human rights organization. Fellows will be selected to work with Human Rights First, Make the Road New York, and NYU’s […]

Oct. 23: PILC and Guarini Center Environmental Law Luncheon

Are you interested in a career in environmental and land use law? Join us for a lunch conversation with alums Carrie Noteboom ’03 from the NYC Law Department and Jonathan Kalmuss-Katz ’10 from Sive, Paget & Riesel.  They will give […]

Oct. 23: 1L Government & Prosecution Summer Internships Info Session​

Calling All 1Ls Who Want to Spend Their Summers Working for a Government Agency or Prosecutor’s Office If you are a 1L who may want to spend your upcoming summer interning in a federal, state or local government agency or prosecutor’s […]

Oct. 24: A Conversation with Dr. David Malone

The Public Interest Law Center invites you to a conversation with UN Under-Secretary-General David Malone, Rector of the United Nations University. Prior to joining UNU in 2013, Dr. Malone held many high-level roles in the Canadian government, including positions within the […]

Oct. 24: Latinx Rights Scholarship Lecture – Community Resistance and Immigrant Rights in the Age of Trump

On behalf of NYU Law School’s Latinx Rights Scholars Program, please join us for our annual Latinxs in the Law Lecture, “Community Resistance and Immigrant Rights in the Age of Trump,” featuringLuis Angel Reyes Savalza ‘15, immigration attorney and Director […]

Oct. 26: Brown Bag Lunch with State Senator Todd Kaminsky: From NYU Law to Prosecutor to Legislator

Please join PILC for a conversation with New York State Senator Todd Kaminsky (’03) about his current role as a state  legislator and his previous work as a state and federal prosecutor. Mr. Kaminsky, a Long island Democrat, won his […]

Oct. 27-28: Equal Justice Works Conference and Career Fair

Equal Justice Works is hosting its annual conference and career fair on Friday, October 27 and Saturday, October 28, in Arlington, Virginia.   More than 150 public interest employers will conduct interviews for internships and full-time jobs and meet with students […]