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Sixty-nine new fellows from the National Association for Public Interest Law will hitthe streets next month for two-year fellowships, their salaries funded by the financierGeorge Soros and various law firms across the country. The size of the NAPILprogram increased to 72 fellows in 1998 from 14 fellows in 1997 after Mr. Sorospledged to donate money to fund fellowships if law firms would match his donation.Of the 140 fellows who will be working for nonprofit organizations nationwide in theNAPIL program once the new class begins, 35 will be in New York City.

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