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Summer Fellowship Enables Law Students to Serve Community

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A few law firms around the country are making it easier to do summer public interest work through a variety of programs that pay law students out of the firms' pockets to work at nonprofit organizations.

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One such program can be found in Pittsburgh in Kirkpatrick & Lockhart Nicholson Graham's U.S. K&LNG Public Interest Fellowship, which pays up to three law students every summer $1,000 per week to work at one of four Pittsburgh area nonprofits for up to four weeks. The fellowships can be combined with a summer-associate position at K&LNG (the applications are separate), work at another firm, or stretched to cover a whole summer of pro bono work.

The K&LNG fellowship, in short, expands the possibilities for a few law students and what they do for their summers, and possibly for their careers.

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