The Berkeley Law Foundation (BLF) is an income-sharing organization comprised of Berkeley Law students and alumni who are dedicated to providing legal services to historically under-served communities. Started in 1976 by Boalt students, BLF was the first organization of its kind in the nation.
BLF funds year-long fellowships for law graduates and new attorneys from around the country. Our grants enable the recipients to work on innovative and critical projects that provide desperately needed legal services to communities all around the nation.
Besides providing crucial funding for legal services, BLF works to ensure diversity in legal education and the profession. To this end, BLF created the Broussard Phoenix Fellowship, which provides several outstanding Berkeley Law students of color funding to do support their legal education.