Information Justice Fellowship
The Information Justice Fellowship provides financial and programmatic support to students with a clearly demonstrated commitment to public service, strong academic credentials, and an express desire to pursue a public interest, public service or academic career upon graduation.
Fellows receive a 50% tuition scholarship and a designated faculty mentor. Fellows serve as a research assistant for the Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property in their first semester and are assisted in obtaining an internship or faculty research position in their second semester.
To apply, students must apply to the LL.M in Intellectual Property and indicate in their personal statement a research project they plan to pursue in their studies and its relation to the promoting the public interest and the applicant’s career goals.