Equal Justice Foundation

An entirely student-run organization, the Equal Justice Foundation provides funding for Georgetown Law students working in unpaid or low paid summer internships within public interest organizations in Washington, D.C., across the nation, and around the world.

Blume Public Interest Scholars (formerly Public Interest Law Scholars)

The Law Center’s Blume Public Interest Scholars Program is designed to support and reduce barriers for law students with a demonstrated commitment to pursuing a public interest legal career. The program provides public interest scholars with financial support, mentorship, community-building opportunities, and career development support to help scholars harness their legal education and experience to make meaningful change in the world.

Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP)

Georgetown Law began its Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP) in 1986 to assist JD graduates in pursuing careers in the field of public interest law. Graduates who qualify for LRAP benefits receive assistance with monthly student loan payments in the form of interest-free loans from Georgetown Law.


To direct your gift or pledge to any of the above programs, please contact the Office of Advancement at lawgiving@georgetown.edu or 202-662-9500.