Public Interest & Government

In addition to our internal resources, Duke Law School subscribes to several external resources for public interest employment, including websites and publications, which inform students about public interest conferences, internships, fellowships, employment opportunities and nonprofit organizations.

Students considering careers in public interest or government are encouraged to contact Career Counselor Stella Boswell for individual career counseling.

Postgrad Fellowships: Postgraduate fellowships are wonderful professional development opportunities for graduating students.

Public Interest Career Fairs

Student Loan Repayment Associate (LRAP) and Bar Study Grant: The Duke Law School LRAP program is available to graduating students who obtain public interest or government employment. The LRAP program is administered by the Office of Financial Aid. Click here to visit their website and learn more about LRAP.