This summer, LAF hosted 31 law student interns and six law graduate Fellows. They hailed from 13 law schools across the country and served clients in each of our five Practice Groups. Our interns and Fellows brought enthusiasm for learning, dedication to our clients, and commitment to social justice. They left with a deeper understanding of poverty law and the challenges our clients face. As a result of the hard work of these interns and Fellows, LAF was able to provide advice and representation to more clients and impact more lives in a positive way. We are so grateful for the time that they devoted to us this summer, and wish them all the best as they head back to school later this month. We profiled their work in this month’s eNewsletter, which you can read here.
On behalf of everyone at LAF and all the clients we serve, thank you for your generosity and support of our work. Your investment in LAF is not just an investment in our clients’ lives, it’s also an investment in the next generation of civil legal aid lawyers, who will continue to improve the world for people living in poverty.