testaker wrote:Do any Toll invites have a sense of how binding the scholarship is (i.e. do you HAVE to work in public interest following law school)? I know the email says they ask that we "commit to working in public interest upon graduation," but as someone who doesn't have fully concrete post-grad plans, I wanted to ask others' thoughts on what I see as potentially ambiguous wording. Thanks!
I emailed them about this
The commitment is 3 of the first 5 years post grad that you have to commit to PI. If not you pay the scholarship back
edit: also there is more concrete wording abut it in your admissions binder on the Toll Public Interest Center pull out