To be considered for a PIFP fellowship, an applicant must volunteer with PIFP for a minimum of 25 hours.* Opportunities to earn hours include soliciting donations for the Auction, volunteering at fundraisers, participating in mass mailings, baking for bake sales, selling baked goods, volunteering on the night of the Auction, and participating in other announced projects and events.
More information about the solicitations process and volunteer expectations will be communicated throughout the year. Please contact either of the Solicitations Coordinators with any questions:
Meghan Micciolo (email@example.com)
REMINDER: When evaluating applications, the PIFP Selection Committee will also take into account volunteers’ demonstrated interest in public interest lawyering. Consider contacting the Pro Bono Society (firstname.lastname@example.org) for ways to get involved during the academic year and on school breaks (e.g. PA Innocence Project, Street Law, Face-to-Face, Wills for Heroes, Inmate Letter Writing Program, etc.).
To inquire about hours completed to date, and for all other Fellowship-related questions, contact the Fellowship Coordinator, Christian Martin, at email@example.com.
We appreciate donations in any amount. Donations can be made online. After entering the donation amount, please select the "Walter A. Lucas '88 Public Interest Fellowship Program" as your "Other Designation."
Please consider sponsoring a fellow for
Villanova University School of Law
Public Interest Fellowship Program
299 North Spring Mill Road
Villanova, PA 19085