Where You'll Work
With our Summer Fellowship Program, students can work anywhere in the world in positions that fit their goals, strengths, and passions.
Past participants have worked in the attorney general and public defender offices in Massachusetts, Maryland, Missouri, New York, Rhode Island, and Washington State. Others have held national and international positions with private law firms, NGOs, and corporations from Texas to Portugal.
In light of the ongoing global pandemic, a number of organizations have begun to offer positions with increased flexibility, including remote work.
What You'll Do
Fellowship responsibilities vary but may include things like drafting legal documents, managing case files, conducting research, and attending client meetings and court proceedings. Placements also include one or two performance reviews from a supervisor, which provide invaluable opportunities for professional growth.
Students usually start working by mid-May. Stipends are then paid in two or three installments throughout the summer, depending on when the fellowship begins. The law school will provide funding for what would otherwise be unpaid law internships.
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