Post-graduate public interest fellowships are generally one-to-two-year opportunities designed to give recent law graduates experience in public interest practice. Such fellowships are attractive for a host of reasons. First, they allow graduates to pursue their passions and interests while receiving the training necessary to pursue permanent public interest or teaching positions. Second, they provide networking opportunities for developing strong professional contacts. Third, fellowships can often lead to permanent employment and some may provide loan repayment assistance. A few examples of recent fellowship opportunities held by WashULaw students include the: Skadden Foundation Fellowship; Equal Justice Works Fellowship; Reproductive Justice Fellowship; Borchard Foundation Fellowship; The Gaye Tenoso Indian Country Fellowship; Harris Institute Post-Doc Fellowship; Cannon Fellowship in Higher Education and Health Law; UCSF Administrative Fellowship; and Georgetown Women’s Law & Public Policy Fellowship.