Awards and Fellowships
Stanford Law School’s Levin Center for Public Service and Public Interest Law invites nominations for two awards:
- Stanford Law School National Public Service Award
- Stanford Law School Miles L. Rubin Public Interest Award
The National Public Service Award is designated for an attorney whose work on behalf of the public has had national impact, and the Miles L. Rubin Public Interest Award will be given annually to a Stanford Law School alumnus/a who has similarly engaged in public service and had a significant impact on the community, national, or international level.
Each year, Stanford Law School names as Public Interest Fellows those third-year students who have a history of public service, provide leadership within the law school, and are committed to careers as lawyers in the public service. Read more about this opportunity and download an application. Public Interest Fellows from the Class of 2013 are available to speak with prospective law students. Please review their bios and contact Levin Center staff if you would like to be connected to one of them.
These fellowships help alumni launch their public interest careers through a paid one-year fellowship in a law-related endeavor designed to further the public interest. Only SLS alumni who graduated within the past five years are eligible to apply: