By Dionne Scott • March 17, 2008•Other Law School Issues
The Center-Columbia Fellow will be affiliated with both
“We are thrilled to collaborate with Columbia in offering this unique opportunity to promising law school graduates who are passionate about studying reproductive rights and the law,” said
Fellows will pursue independent research and scholarship in preparation for entering the legal academic job market at the conclusion of their Fellowship. Fellows are expected to produce a work of serious scholarship during their Fellowship tenure. Fellows will also have responsibility for the planning and hosting of academic conferences and/or roundtable discussions.
Set to start in July 2008 and last up to two full years, the full-time residential fellowship is open to applicants who have earned a juris doctorate. The fellowship awards an annual stipend of $55,000. This innovative new program is part of a larger effort by the Center to engage
Details, including description, application requirements and form, are available here. Application deadline is March 24, 2008.
The Center for Reproductive Rights is a New York-based nonprofit legal advocacy organization dedicated to promoting and defending women’s reproductive rights worldwide. The Center’s president, Nancy J. Northup, is a lecturer-in-law at
Columbia Law School, founded in 1858, stands at the forefront of legal education and of the law in a global society.