Post Updated Dec. 19:
Harvard Law School this fall touted the work of its fellows from the Chayes International Public Service Fellowships program. Most students worked in developing nations with governments and NGOS, doing a range of interesting and impressive projects. Of the 26 students who worked in 19 different countries this past summer, the news release page profiles five students from the class of 2014.
Overall, Harvard Law School provides summer funding for public interest work for hundres of students, making it “the largest pool of guaranteed funding offered by a law school for the broadest range of public interest summer work,” according to the release.
Correction: An earlier version of this post confused the description of the Chayes program with Harvard Law’s public interest funding generally.