So you know about PSLawNet's Summer Funding Resources site. If you don't, you should check it out here. It's a great way to find grants to supplement your PILA application.
Here are 3 other funding sources that you should also check out:
1. The Monroe Leigh Fellowship in International Law. This is a generous fellowship funded by Class of 1947 alumnus Monroe Leigh for Virginia Law students working at summer internships in their 1L or 2L years (and for postgraduate fellowships). Total of $10,000 for 1 or 2 students. Deadline: February 8, 2012. More information here: Download Monroe Leigh Fellowship 2012.
2. Raven Society Fellowships. Another great U.Va. institution - and you don't have to be a member of this elite society to apply. Several fellowships of up to $2,500 are awarded to support innovative undergraduate and graduate research projects. Special consideration will be given to proposed projects with a distinctly interdisciplinary focus. Applications are due February 17th at 5pm. For more information, contact the Raven Society at http://www.uvaravensociety.com/ and see the attachment here: Download The Raven Fellowship 2012
3. James B. McMillan Public Service Fellowships. For students working at qualifying North Carolina public service organizations (the list is big - legal aids, prosecution, public defender, etc.), stipends of up to $3,000 are awarded. You don't apply directly to the grantor, the Mecklenburg Bar Foundation, but your employer applies. If you're interested, let us know and we'll send you the list of eligible organizations.