The Public Service Scholars Program is a comprehensive three-year educational program for selected students who seek training and experience in the area of public interest law. The Stein Scholars are students with diverse backgrounds and interests, many of whom enter law school after having engaged in substantial activities in public interest settings and the government.

Through specialized academic coursework in public interest law and ethics, funded summer externships, interaction with practitioners and academics in events and informal discussions, and opportunities to engage in community service, the Public Service Scholars Program prepares future lawyers for the practice of law in public service.