American Assoc. of University Women Ed Found. - American Fellowships
The AAUW Educational Foundation is the largest source of funding for graduate women which supports scholarship, teachers, activists, and those pursuing professions where women are underrepresented.
Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL)
The Center for International Environmental Law sponsors fellowships for graduates. CIEL has a strong relationship with WCL in its joint research and teaching efforts in international and comparative environmental law.
Echoing Green, a non profit Foundation, offers full-time Fellowships to emerging social entrepreneurs. The Foundation provides seed money and technical support to those creating innovative public service projects seeking social change.
EPA, New England - Honors Attorney Fellowship
The New England EPA office offers the Honors Attorney Fellowship where new graduates are exposed to environmental law and policy in the public sector.
Equal Justice Works Fellowships
These fellowships offer graduates the ability to create public interest programs focused at helping communities that are in need of legal advocacy.
Young professionals may apply for this grant sponsored by the US Department of State. Awards are granted for study in over 140 countries.
Georgetown Univ. Law Center, Appellate Litigation Fellowship
Graduates with at least one year of professional experience and a strong academic background are qualified to apply for the Appellate Litigation Fellowship where you will be trained for a litigation or academic career while working on cases in the D.C. Circuit and the Supreme Court.
Georgetown Univ. Law Center, Ctr. for Applied Legal Studies Advocacy Fellow
This two-year teaching fellowship allows you to learn how to teach law in a clinical setting.
Georgetown Univ. Law Center, Fed. Legislation Clinic Fellowships
This two-year fellowship will develop an attorneys skills as a legislative lawyer. From advocacy, to negotiation, to drafting, attorneys will work with the Legislative Clinic on developing strategies for clients with needs before the U.S. Congress.
Georgetown Univ. Law Center, Inst. For Public Representation Fellowships
Georgetown offers a two-year graduate fellowship in public interest advocacy where fellows will receive their LL.M. in Advocacy. Fellows work with students on research, factual development, and oral presentation.
Georgetown Univ. Law Center, Juvenile Justice Clinic Teaching Fellowships
The JJC offers a two-year fellowship that again awards an LL.M. in advocacy to its graduate fellows upon completion of their two-year service. The clinic offers representation to juveniles charged with misdemeanors or felonies.
Georgetown Univ. Law Center, Womens' Law & Public Policy Fellowship Prog.
This fellowship offers graduates the ability to work on policy and legal issues affecting women. Fellows are placed at organizations dedicated to women�s issues and are supervised by attorneys in these organizations.
This is a leadership development grant program for professionals entering the fields of human rights and international cooperation. Areas include human rights, women�s rights, racial justice, migrant and refugee rights, peace and security, foreign policy, and international economic policy.
Pacific Legal Foundation, College of Public Interest Law Fellowships
This fellowship is based in Sacramento and Bellevue, Washington. Fellows litigate in support of private property rights, limited government and the free enterprise system while receiving concentrated litigation and writing experience.
Presidential Management Fellows Program
The Office of Personnel Management administers this two-year fellowship program designed to attract outstanding men and women from a variety of academic graduate programs to the federal government. The program seeks graduates with a clear interest in, and commitment to, excellence in the leadership and management of public policies and programs.
A key resource for fellowship seekers. Check out the "Fellowship Corner" section for valuable information including timelines and a searchable database of fellowship opportunities. This guide is also available in hardcopy in the OCPD library.
Robert Bosch Foundation Fellowship Program
This graduate fellowship offers young professionals the chance to work in executive positions in German companies where they will experience the cultural, political and economic climate of this dominant European nation. The goal of the program is to advance American-German/European relations.
This program gives graduates the freedom to develop their own public interest projects before being accepted for this prestigious award. The Fellowship is for two years and loan payments are made during the duration of service. Applications are due early in the fall semester of your 3L year.
Soros Foundation Fellowships
The Open Society Institute funds a variety of fellowships and grants. The fund focuses on criminal justice and the issues surrounding our criminal justice system. The fellowships are 18 moths in duration and may be tied to a non-profit, but this is not a requirement.
U.S. D.O.J., Office of Solicitor General, Bristow Fellowship
The Solicitor General's office offers a one-year fellowship for attorneys to work on briefs against certiorari, which are filed against the government as well as work on recommendations for appeals in lower federal courts.
White House Fellowship Program
The White House offers one-year fellowships to 11 to 19 individuals on a strictly non-partisan basis. White House Fellows typically spend a year working as full-time, paid special assistants to senior White House Staff, the Vice President, Cabinet Secretaries and other top-ranking government officials. Fellows also participate in an education program consisting of roundtable discussions with renowned leaders from the private and public sectors, and trips to study U.S. policy in action both domestically and internationally. Applications are due February 1.