Nebraska Public Interest Law Fund
About the Fund
The Nebraska Public Interest Law Fund (NPILF) Summer Fellowships provide a limited number of stipends to matriculated University of Nebraska College of Law students who secure summer positions that serve the public interest. To be considered for a fellowship, applicants must meet certain individual and host-organization criteria described herein. NPILF strongly encourages all interested students to apply.
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Fraser Stryker PC LLO
Koley Jessen P.C., L.L.O. Sheldon KrantzLamson Dugan & Murray LLP Rembolt Ludtke LLP
Women’s Law Caucus
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Braden Storer, Class of 2017
My summer experience was an incredibly formative experience. I saw firsthand how crucial law enforcement and accountability are to protecting the rights of the poor and vulnerable, and how a lack of proper law enforcement naturally leads to a variety of other human rights abuses against the poor. My view of property rights was also changed, as I saw how important these rights are to the poor in developing countries and how things like hunger, sexual abuse, disease, and economic development are tied to those rights.