Young lawyers pursue the public interest — tuition debt-free

, The National Law Journal

Dallas litigation boutique Bickel & Brewer, which has been advocating for the low-income clients and the Latino community for more than two decades, founded the Bickel & Brewer Latino Institute for Human Rights in 2005. The institute pays the tuition for two law students at NYU each year, provided they do public interest work in the Latino community for two years after graduating. Thomas Fritzsche and classmate Melissa Navarro are the first to complete the program.

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