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$ Robert A. Shuker Scholarship Fund, Inc., for DC metropolitan area residents. - Deadline:

April 1, 2004 Also recently received - Directory of Scholarships, Internships and Fellowships for Latino Students. Additional scholarship opportunities can be found in our Outside Scholarship Binder.

OFFICE OF PUBLIC INTEREST

Suite 515 - Phone: 202-274-4099 - Email: publicinterest@wcl.american.edu

PANEL ON PURSUING PRO BONO IN YOUR POST-GRADUATE CAREER: The Office of Public Interest invites all students to attend a panel that will be addressing ways to incorporate pro bono service into your law careers after graduating from law school. The panel is on April 1, 2004 from noon – 1:20 in Room 601. Panelists include WCL alumna Elizabeth R. Dewey, Partner & Pro Bono Counsel, Piper Rudnick (WCL ’93; )Margaret Duval, Staff Attorney, DC Bar Pro Bono Program;,Jodi Feldman, Staff Attorney & Pro Bono Coordinator, Whitman-Walker Clinic Legal Services; and Melanie Gerber, Public Service Counsel, Patton Boggs, LLP. Pizza, drinks and dessert will be served.

SLAVERY IN THE MODERN WORLD: EXPLORING NEW APPROACHES TO COMBAT HUMAN TRAFFICING: This day-long conference will challenge students to become activists against human trafficking. The conference seeks to answer the question: "What can students and academics add to the anti-trafficking movement?" Through facilitated discussions with academics and activists working in the field, students will be challenged to examine the underlying causes of human trafficking and will be given the tools to become active against this international and domestic human rights issue.

In addition to covering major theoretical applications to the issue of trafficking, we hope that through the speakers and conference dialogue the public will acquire some rudimentary tools for identifying trafficking victims in the Washington, DC region and responding appropriately. The conference will take place at WCL in room 602 on April 16, 2004 from 9:30 AM – 4:00 PM. Please contact megan.pierce@bpsos.org for a registration form. Registration forms should be completed by April 2.

$$$ PUBLIC INTEREST FELLOWSHIPS FOR 2004! $$$ Are you a law student working in Southern California this summer or a graduating law student working in Washington, DC? Keep reading to find out more about fellowships for these two regions. Application materials and forms for the can be picked up at the front desk of the Office of Career Services.

  • South Asian Bar Association of Southern California Public Interest Foundation 2004 Fellowship The primary purpose of the fellowship is to fund a law student’s internship with a public interest organization in either the South Asian community or the Southern California community-at-large. The applicants must be of South Asian decent or have demonstrated commitment to serving the South Asian community. Applications must be postmarked no later than April 15, 2004 and all applicants will be notified by May 15, 2004. (www.sabasc.org)

  • The Frederick B. Abramson Memorial Foundation 2004 Public Interest Fellowship is a fellowship for up to $10,000 awarded to one or more graduating law students, judicial law clerks, or practicing attorneys wishing to work in public interest law. The recipients must exemplify Fred Abraham’s commitment to the use of law to advance the community and public interest by committing to at least one year’s employment with a not-for-profit organization in the District of Columbia. The application is due on August 2, 2004 and is also available on the web at www.abramsonfoundation.org.

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