The purpose of the Liman Public Interest Law Undergraduate Summer Internship Program is to provide funding to students working at substantive summer internships in the field of public interest law. Students are not required to have secured internship placements prior to submitting their applications. Students who wish to apply to this program must submit application materials as specified by the Arthur Liman Public Interest Fellowship program at Yale University. The required application materials include:
Summer Interns are expected to attend the annual Liman Public Interest Colloquium at Yale Law School on March 3-4, 2011 and must also complete a final report describing their summer fellowships to be submitted by September 1, 2011. The application deadline for this program normally falls in February.
Please contact Dean Christina Kuan Tsu (ckuantsu@Barnard.Edu) with any questions regarding the Liman Public Interest Law Undergraduate Summer Internship Program.