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March 18, 2008

Harvard announces Zero Tuition for Public Interest Students in their 3L year

HLS announced that it "plans to waive tuition for third-year students who pledge to spend five years working either for nonprofit organizations or the government" from NY Times coverage, the story is here and the HLS press release is here.  Though such a program may have little role practically compared with a strong LRAP/LIPP program, it does help build student pre-commitment to public-interest careers.

-E.R. erosser@wcl.american.edu

March 18, 2008 in Legal Academy Info | Permalink

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