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Where Have our Students Worked?

Over the last ten years, Penn Law students have used the law school’s guaranteed summer funding to spend their summers working in over 1,600 unpaid public interest and government placements. Organizations Penn Law students have worked for include:

Bureau of Consumer Protections Pennsylvania Innocence Project
California Court of Appeal Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas
Campaign for Youth Justice Philadelphia Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts
Disability Rights Network Supreme Court of New York
Environmental Protection Agency U.S. Bankruptcy Court
Greater Boston Legal Services, Health & Disability Unit U.S. Department of Energy
Legal Aid Society U.S. Department of Justice
Mental Health Public Defenders Office U.S. Department of Labor
NAACP Legal Defense Fund U.S. International Trade Commission
National Labor Relations Board U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
New York City Law Department U.S. Treasury Department
Penn Law Civil Practice Clinic The Public Defender Service of Washington D.C.
Pennsylvania Human Relations Council Washington State Court of Appeals