Not all law students are headed to Big Law firms. More now than ever, students want to do public interest work, as they seek a rewarding, balanced life, where they feel they can make a difference. What does a career in public service really involve? Which law schools are leading the way with curriculum offerings and opportunities for students? What do you need to know about financing law school if you are thinking of a career in the public sector? Our experts help shine the spotlight on this career path.
- David Stern, Executive Director, Equal Justice Works
- Luke Bierman, Associate Dean for Experiential Education, Northeastern University School of Law
- Christina Jackson, Assistant Director, Public Interest Specialist at American University Washington College of Law
- Mark Kantrowitz, Publisher, Fastweb.com and FinAid.org