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Financial Support

The University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School’s commitment to lawyering in the public interest is unsurpassed. The Law School enables students to pursue careers in public service work by providing generous financial support.

Postgraduate Fellowships

Many of our students will lead lifelong careers as advocates for social justice. The first steps on this career path are challenging, and Penn Carey Law is committed to helping our students succeed through funding postgraduate fellowships. 

Penn Carey Law’s postgraduate fellowship program has been highly successful in launching the public interest careers of recent graduates. Since 2009, the Law School has supported over 60 fellows, all of whom either remained employed by their original host organization or secured public interest positions in the same field. Fellowships are awarded on a competitive basis.

Cozen Family Voting Rights Fellowship

Job Search Funding


Toll Loan Repayment Assistance Program 

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Read public service stories from around the community.

‘A Crisis and an Opportunity’

Devontae Torriente L’24 sees potential for growth, progress, and optimism amidst a significant departure from established constitutional precedent.

Workers working late; tall building reflected

Justice for Workers

Supported by the Peggy Browning Fund, three Penn Carey Law students are advocating for labor rights, inspired by their own experiences as activists, organizers, and workers.

Advancing Impactful Careers

Penn Carey Law graduates and alums have secured several highly competitive public interest fellowships, empowering them to launch dynamic careers advocating for justice across the country.

Marissa Schwartz L?22

Fighting for Families

Equal Justice Works Fellow Marissa Schwartz L’22 will advocate for survivors of domestic violence in Philadelphia.