The Public Interest Student Board is the only student organization at the law school dedicated solely to promoting public service and pro bono work. Members work closely with the Public Interest Institute to plan, organize, and lead service projects and other public interest events.
Students must have completed a minimum of 5 hours of community service in order to join the Student Board. Other membership requirements are listed on the Membership Application.
2022 – 23 Executive Committee Members:
President: Aleah Brown
Vice President: Alyssa McGee
Historian: Brant Cook
Treasurer: Kate Kassal
1L Rep: TBD
2L Rep: Hope Hudgins
3L Rep: TBD
For more information about the Public Interest Student Board, please contact one of the Executive Committee members listed above. You may also contact Assistant Dean Glory McLaughlin or Public Interest Program Coordinator Felecia Linton.