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Harvard Law School’s commitment to public service includes the generous loan repayment assistance and summer public interest funding described below, along with the largest and most established public interest advising office, and the broadest and most varied set of clinical programs offered by any law school.

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  • Low Income Protection Plan

    Low Income Protection Plan

    The Low Income Protection Plan (LIPP) is Harvard Law School’s loan repayment assistance program (LRAP).
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  • Summer Public Interest Funding

    Summer Public Interest Funding

    Student who choose to work in public interest jobs during the summer may apply for Summer Public Interest Funding (SPIF).
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  • Public Service Venture Fund

    Public Service Venture Fund

    The Harvard Law School Public Service Venture Fund awards $1 million in grants every year to help graduating students pursue careers in public service.
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