L. Anthony Sutin Public Service Fellowship

The L. Anthony Sutin Public Service Fellowship was named for the late dean of the Appalachian School of Law who was killed by a former ASL student. Sutin, HLS '84, was committed to public service throughout his life and this fellowship was established to assist students with similar commitment who plan to work in public service during the summer. A stipend of $500 is available to one student. Preference will be given to applicants who have summer employment in the Appalachian region or in other areas of the United States that typically have been underrepresented in legal services. Application information, including deadline, is available on the Summer Public Interest Funding website.

Contact: Summer Public Interest Funding Office (spif@law.harvard.edu).

Last modified: December 19, 2014

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