Columbia Law School is bolstering its support for students interested in public interest careers with an additional $4.5 million in financial support for public interest programs over the next three years.

The new public interest push—spearheaded by Dean Gillian Lester—is centered on two areas: Loan repayment assistance for Columbia law graduates who work in public interest jobs, and fellowships for recent graduates to work in public interest law positions.

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