In recent years, Stanford Law School has focused considerable resources on helping graduates pursue careers in public service. Learn how SLS alumni have channeled their legal education into nonprofit work.
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Vince Mazzurco, JD ’16, has been chosen as the first recipient of The Law School Veterans Fund summer fellowship. With this opportunity, Mazzurco will spend part of the summer creating a new Veterans Legal Services Pro Bono program at Stanford Law School. He hopes the program will help to improve […]
The Ford Foundation recently announced that 25 Stanford Law School students were selected to participate in the foundation’s new Law School Public Interest Fellowship Program. The Stanford Law students will work with Ford grantee organizations around the world during the summer of 2013 to improve the lives of others through […]
Stanford Law School’s newest class is already breaking records. The John and Terry Levin Center for Public Service and Public Interest Law announced this month that 89 percent of the Class of 2014 has made a commitment to participate in one of the center’s pro bono projects before graduation—the highest […]