Firm-Sponsored Fellowships

Firm-sponsored fellowships are defined positions within a law firm or a split-time position, whereby a fellow spends a portion of his/her time working at the sponsoring firm and a portion working at a designated non-profit agency.

EXAMPLES:

Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson Fellowship

  • The fellow works as a litigation associate at the New York firm for two years. Then, the fellow serves as a staff attorney at the Mexican- American Legal Defense & Education Fund (MALDEF) in Los Angeles or the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Legal Defense Fund (NAACP LDF) in New York for two years. The fellow may, but is not required to, rejoin the firm at full seniority. In some cases, the fellow may continue on the MALDEF or LDF staff.
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Relman & Dane Civil Rights Fellowship

  • The Relman & Dane Civil Rights Fellowship offers a new attorney the opportunity to litigate important civil rights cases with experienced practitioners at the firm.
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