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Wasserstein Fellows are practicing public interest attorneys who come to campus to meet individually with Harvard Law students to advise them about public interest career paths. Three-Day Wasserstein Fellows are public interest attorneys in any practice setting and issue area who spend three days on campus. The Wasserstein Fellow-in-Residence is an international human rights practitioner who spends four months on campus (September-December) and splits their time between OPIA and the Human Rights Program (HRP).

The deadline for the 2020-2021 application cycle has passed.

Application Materials and Instructions

Application Materials and Instructions

You may either apply or nominate someone else to be a Three-Day Wasserstein Fellow or Wasserstein Fellow-in-Residence by completing the Wasserstein Fellow Application and Nomination Form.

Nominations are due by April 1, 2020.

Application deadline extended to April 27, 2020.

Applicants can expect to be notified of the final status of their application by mid-June.

Questions about the application or nomination process may be sent to Jillian Tuck.