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Buffalo Public Interest Law Program

The Buffalo Public Interest Law Program raises money to support students who work in the public interest each summer during law school. 

BPILP also hosts networking events for students to meet public-interest employers from neighboring communities. The organization is affiliated with Lawyers for Learning and participates in the Student Bar Association’s Volunteer Service Days.


BPILP Fellowship Application Information Session
2/11/2020 - 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Commonly referred to as BPILP, the Buffalo Public Interest Law Program encourages law students to use their talents to bring equal access to those in need of legal help.
Law students are encouraged to apply during the spring semester of each year. Learn more on how to join the ranks and become a BPILP fellow.
Through the combined dedication and support of the School of Law, law alumni, student donors, and members of the legal community, our students have the opportunity to spend their summers working in a number of institutions who are committed to public interest law.
BPILP devotes most of its resources throughout the year seeking fundraising opportunities for law students and the Western New York community. Learn how you can help support us.
We thankfully acknowledge our supporters!

2019-20 Leadership

Co-Presidents: Courtney Bow and Claire Esmonde

Co-Vice Presidents: Alexander Kaczmarek and Stephanie Verhage

Advisers: Clinical Legal Education Program

Contact: Room 507 O’Brian Hall, law-bpilp@buffalo.edu