Through our unique Summer Fellowship Program, students gain tangible experience by working for 10 weeks at law firms and legal organizations in exchange for experience, connections, a developing sense of professional identity, and a $3,500 stipend.
Fellowship Program Eligibility
Full-time students who have finished their first year and part-time students who have finished their first or second year are eligible to apply for this fellowship program.
International Fellowship Placement Locations
In our Summer Fellowship Program, students can work anywhere in the world. Past participants have held fellowships in the attorney general and public defender offices in Massachusetts, Maryland, Missouri, New York, Rhode Island, and Washington State, while others have held national and international fellowship positions with private firms, NGOs, and corporations from Texas to Portugal.
Finding a Summer Fellowship Program Position
To find placements for the Summer Fellowship Program, contact one of our three academic centers or the Career Services Office to connect with practicing attorneys and organizations. In addition, many students arrange their own positions to fit their particular legal interests or to explore a practice in another state or country.