New guide to law schools for public interest/public service

Equal Justice Works, the national organization for public interest law students and lawyers, has released a new resource that allows prospective students to compare law schools based on criteria important to those pursuing careers in public interest or government.  The online searchable database provides information about tuition costs, public interest scholarships, summer and post-grad employment, loan repayment assistance plans and public interest programs at each school.  To come in the spring are detailed profiles of each school.  Currently, about 150 of the 200 ABA-approved law schools are in the directory, and EJW expects that number to grow.  Since much of this information is not readily available from other sources, this is a great new resource for law school applicants. Check out the guide, and let EJW know what you think.