FAQ

2022 National Law Students Workers' Rights Conference

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How are students selected to attend the conference?
    Each school selects its own student(s). The selection method varies from school to school. Typically, schools consider such factors as the student’s demonstrated interest in either workers’ rights issues or public interest law; whether the student has previously attended the conference; whether it’s the student’s last chance to attend (e.g., in the case of a 3L vs. a 1L student); etc. Some schools choose by lottery. We ask schools to support us by paying all costs for their students to attend. If a school cannot do this, PBF has a scholarship option available. To find out more about the scholarship - click here.
     
  2. I attend school part-time. Am I still eligible? 
    Yes, if your school identifies you as one of the students it wants to send to the conference.
     
  3. What are the fees for the conference?
    Conference Fees are listed on our website - https://www.peggybrowningfund.org/workers-rights-conference/conference-fees-other-info. If a school has multiple students wanting to attend, we can discuss a group discount.
     
  4. I have a question not included in the above list. How can I get an answer?
    Send an email to Rachel Del Rossi, Executive Director, at rdelrossi@peggybrowningfund.org or call 267-273-7996.