Each year summer grants are awarded to students taking unpaid or low-paying
summer public interest jobs. Funding for these grants comes from several
sources including: CPILO, private funds given through generous donors, law
school funds allocated by the Dean, and student organizations that fundraise to
support students working in a particular area of interest.
The deadline for applying for a summer grant is March 20, 2014 at
5:00 p.m. and students will be notified by April 4. To view and
complete the Summer Grant Application visit My
Carolina Law. Be sure to check out 10 Tips for Writing a Strong Grant Application.
Novinsky orSamara Reynolds for questions about grants.