Founded in 1998, the Public Interest Fellowship Program (PIFP) at the Villanova University School of Law provides financial support to students who commit their summers to public service work. Many students are committed to helping the less fortunate, but find they are stifled by financial constraints as law school tuition continues to increase. Public interest organizations are similarly burdened, and often cannot afford to pay students for the summer. By raising money, PIFP helps students at Villanova who in turn aid the larger community through their work.
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