Each year, Pride Law Fund awards the Tom Steel Legal Fellowship, a $30,000 grant, to a new lawyer to build an innovative civil rights project on behalf of the LGBT and HIV/AIDS communities.
Pride Law Fund (PLF) has funded new leaders and civil rights lawyers in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) and HIV/AIDS communities for over 35 years. Each summer, PLF provides grants to law students doing internships at LGBT and HIV/AIDS advocacy organizations across the country. If you're a student or new lawyer, contact us for information about our grants. If you want to invest in the LGBT civil rights leaders of tomorrow, visit our donation page.
Pride Law Fund is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, non-profit, charitable organization, and was founded in 1979.
Pride Law Fund is proud to announce that it has selected Raúl Arroyo-Mendoza as the 2015-201 recipient of the Tom Steel Fellowship. Raúl is sponsored by the National Center for Youth Law.