Wayne State University’s Law School has announced the 2011 Public Interest Law Fellowship recipients. With the support of the $4,500 fellowships, 13 Wayne law students will work for agencies and legal clinics in Michigan and beyond. The law school created the fellowships in 2009 to give students additional opportunities to gain practical experience before graduation, ease financial stress and offer needed assistance to organizations providing legal services to underserved constituencies. Fellowship recipients will hold public interest jobs during summer 2011.
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