Harvard’s Low Income Protection Plan (LIPP) was the first law school program to address the problem of education debt hindering students from devoting their careers to public interest work. It remains one of the most comprehensive programs of its kind.
The mission of LIPP is to enable Harvard Law School JD graduates to pursue a broad range of relatively lower income employment options while maintaining the ability to repay their educational loans. Through LIPP, Harvard Law School is committed to preserving freedom of job choice within the legal profession for its graduates.
More information can be found on the LIPP website: