Charles H. Revson Law Student Public Interest Fellowships (LSPIN)
The Charles H. Revson Law Student Public Interest (LSPIN) Fellowships give qualified and committed law students the opportunity to explore careers in public interest law.
Stipends are awarded to first- and second-year students for ten-week placements with public interest organizations in the New York metropolitan area. The opportunity to work in the public sector benefits the students, their employers, and the individuals they serve. The program fosters a commitment to service by exposing aspiring lawyers to public sector legal work at a formative time, providing them with relevant training for a future career in public interest law and making it possible for them to forgo summer employment in the private sector.
LSPIN is administered by the Public Interest Law Center at New York University School of Law. Since 1979, over 1,500 law students from 18 New York and New Jersey law schools have spent a summer at a nonprofit organization or in government through the program.
For more information, please visit LSPIN’s website.