From our lunchtime events to our Thanksgiving Dinner to our annual auction, the Public Interest Law Society is busy throughout the year promoting equal access to justice for all and raising funds for summer public interest fellowships.
2012-2013 President: Alaina Fahley
Students, are you on board with these goals? Fill out the form and get involved.
The Marquette Law School Public Interest Law Society (PILS) is a non-partisan, student-run organization committed to fostering opportunity for students who intend to dedicate themselves to providing assistance to those traditionally underrepresentd in the legal system.
PILS channels the energy of Marquette law students who give, serve, and work in the public interest by:
- Providing a summer fellowship grant program that enables students to contribute an entire summer to public interest legal work in communities locally and throughout the world;
- Providing law students a way to get involved;
- Helping launch public interest careers by providing alumni relations and mentoring; and
- Educating law students on the importance of serving the public.
If you share the PILS's goal to advance public interest legal work and would like to support our work, get involved as a student or attend our annual auction. Contact our president directly or fill out the form linked above.