To all of our generous donors, including our major sponsors listed below, thank you for supporting the Rudman Summer Fellows Program:
- Jim Carroll
- The Alison Curelop Fund
- John M. Greabe and Martha M. Madsen
- McLane Middleton
- New Hampshire Bar Foundation’s Justice Grant funded by Hon. William F. Batchelder
- The Peter G. Peterson Foundation
- Rath, Young and Pignatelli, P.C.
- Sheehan Phinney – The William S. Green Memorial Fund
- Douglas E. Williamson, MD
- Danette Wineberg
- Hunter Yancey, JD ’03 and Martha Yancey, JD ’03
Support the Rudman Summer Fellows Program
Public service has been a pillar of the UNH Franklin Pierce student experience since the school was founded. We honor our Center’s namesake, Sen. Warren B. Rudman, by training public service leaders to seek justice, serve their community, and work for the common good.
An investment in our Summer Fellows Program is an investment in our students and our state and communities. Our students impact the state’s economy by improving access to justice, and by establishing careers and raising families here. Many of our students stay to live and work in the area after graduation.
Strengthening the Granite State
We are very proud of our community impact. In the summer of 2020, for example, 61 Summer Fellows contributed more than 21,000 hours – worth nearly $1.3 million dollars – of pro bono legal service to non-profit and government agencies located largely in New Hampshire. Donor dollars help our students, the agencies where they intern, and the clients those agencies serve. One gift with multiple benefits!
Fellowships funded for $4,000 or more are recognized on our website, in an annual Bar News advertisement, and in Rudman Center programming materials. The Center also holds an annual reception to thank sponsors for their support. Your investment will allow us to continue to promote access to justice as we train a new generation of lawyers devoted to public service.
Make a Donation
Please go here to make a donation to the Rudman Summer Fellowship (public interest summer jobs for students) or to the Warren B. Rudman Center. Thank you for your support!