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The Public Interest Resource Center (PIRC) is the place where Fordham Law students can devote their passions, interests, and skills to pro bono, public service and community service work from their first week in law school.  PIRC is the home of 26 dynamic student–run organizations  involved in public interest work.  

PIRC is a place where students are introduced to rewarding public interest work—through participation in PIRC student groups and a rich array of public service career support.

PIRC provides support to the ever-growing number of public interest student groups by providing a physical home (Garden Level, Room 08, next to the Cafeteria) with up-to-date office technology and supplies as well as staff who are available as mentors and liaisons to enable the student groups to carry out their important missions.  PIRC is a very welcoming place where students plan activities, share information and get to know like-minded students.  Students committed to public interest feel and those interested in exploring the work for the first time, can feel at home in PIRC.

PIRC staff counsel students who are exploring public service work, complement the services provided by the Career Planning Center.

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