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Upcoming EJW and Skadden Info Sessions

The directors of the EJW and Skadden Fellowships will be holding virtual information sessions on March 19 and April 2 respectively. It is mandatory for you to attend these information sessions if you plan to apply for these fellowships. You are afforded the important opportunity to meet one-on-one with the fellowship directors. Please come prepared for those meetings. For assistance drafting your proposals or deciding which fellowship is right for you, set up an appointment with Judy Murciano or attend Judy’s drop-in hours.

Equal Justice Works Info Session - Tuesday, March 19 at 12:30
Skadden Fellowship Information Session - Tuesday, April 2 at 12:30

Intro to Fellowships for 2Ls

Because many fellowships require you to pursue a project or position with a host organization and some fellowships have early deadlines, it is important to begin preparing during your 2L spring for the fellowship application process.

1L E-Advising Series: Choosing Clinics, Courses, and Extracurriculars for 2L Year

We are often asked by students interested in public service work about how to weigh their wide-ranging academic options while in law school. This advice is meant to offer broad guidance on the choices you may be contemplating. Please note that it is impossible to truly provide “one-size-fits-all” advice — if you have questions about particular options and how they might relate to your career plans, be sure to seek out an OPIA adviser. 

Legal Intern - Shurat HaDin

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel
Deadline: March 18, 2024
Learn more about the Legal Intern position.
This job posting has not been vetted by our office and the employer has not given assurances of non-discrimination or compliance with our recruitment policies.

Massachusetts Bar Foundation 2024 Legal Intern Fellowship Program

The Massachusetts Bar Foundation has announced the availability of applications for its 2024 Legal Intern Fellowship Program. Law students selected to be MBF Legal Intern Fellows will receive a stipend of $8,000 to volunteer for ten (10) weeks during the summer months at a nonprofit organization that provides civil legal services to low-income clients in MA.

Applications for the Legal Intern Fellowship Program are due on March 8, 2024. Detailed information about the program, including a link to the applications online portal, is available online at www.massbarfoundation.org/lifp.