Public Interest Articling Fellowships
About the Public Interest Articling Fellowships
The Law Foundation of Ontario created the Public Interest Articling Fellowship Program to help respond to the public’s need for legal assistance and to help give law students valuable experience in public interest law.
Each year the Foundation provides grants to host organizations to hire an articling student. Ontario-based registered charities and nonprofit organizations are eligible to apply to become a host organization if they have an articling principal onsite but do not have access to funds to hire an articling student.
The Public Interest Articling Fellowship program is administered in partnership with Pro Bono Students Canada.