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As most of you likely know well, many would-be public interest legal careers founder on the sharp rocks of law school debt. Pressed to pay back huge loans, many talented law graduates opt for the highest available paycheck. And, seeing this dynamic, many other talented POTENTIAL law students, who are committed to the fight for justice, are deterred from even seeking a legal education.
To address this dilemna, the UDC David A. Clarke School of Law (UDC-DCSL) has embarked upon an ambitious plan to raise sufficient funds to offer up to TWENTY FULL THREE-YEAR SCHOLARSHIPS to top students whose records reflect deep commitment to justice. Thanks to the generosity of our friends and alumni, we are able to begin this Advocate for Justice Scholarship this fall!
Perhaps, with your help, someone you know will use a UDC law degree to further causes you hold dear!
Thanks so much for your help!
UDC David A. Clarke School of Law
P.S. If you want to support this effort financially, please go to www.dcslf.org!
University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law (UDC-DCSL)
Tuition-Free Law School for Activists!
If you are, or have been, an excellent student, and if your record reflects a clear commitment to justice, you may be able to attend an excellent public interest law school TUITION-FREE!
UDC-DCSL is a new, fully ABA accredited public interest law school in Washington, DC. The most race, ethnic and age-diverse law schools in America, it requires, by far, the largest amount of hands-on clinical work for poor people and the public interest. This means that at UDC-DCSL, rather than "checking one's values at the door" while studying law, all students provide high-quality legal service to low-income people and public interest causes under the watchful eye of experienced attorney-professors. Rated in the top ten in four categories by Princeton Review two years running - with the nation's most progressive student body two years in a row - UDC-DCSL is a fabulous choice for those advocates for justice who know they would employ a law degree in the public interest.
Three-Year Full-Tuition Advocate for Justice Scholarships (http://www.law.udc.edu/prospective/afj.html)