Primarily, SPILG raises money for fellowships awarded to students to work in non-profit institutions and government agencies across the country, and at least one internationally. The purpose of the Fellowship Program is to support Suffolk University Law students who are interested in public service, while providing an invaluable service to government agencies and nonprofit organizations. Students who apply and are awarded a SPILG Fellowship gain valuable public interest experience while being compensated for their work. Without SPILG the students would otherwise go unpaid.

E-board
  • Michael Messore president
  • Bridget Sarpu - vp
  • Kevin Andrew Mederios - AC
  • Keely Newman – AC