Temple Law School's loan repayment assistance program has been providing financial assistance to graduates working in public interest positions since 1990. In keeping with Temple's longstanding tradition of a commitment to public interest, the program was created out of a concern that the large educational debt burden of many graduating law students was effecting individual career choices and keeping some graduates from pursuing a career in public interest law.
The program is open to Temple Law School graduates who are engaged in full-time, law related, public interest positions. The program provides funds to those graduates to help alleviate their annual educational loan repayments. Awards are in the form of a loan which is then forgiven based on the length of time the graduate remains in a qualifying position.
The deadline to apply for funding for 2014 is December 16, 2013.
Questions on the Barrack Public Interest Fellowship program should be directed to the Law School Financial Aid Office, 215-204-8943, or email@example.com.