This fellowship provides a stipend to select students working in public interest law positions during the summer. All Liman Law Fellows are invited to participate in an annual colloquium at Yale Law School in April 2016. Students identify internships of their choosing with support from CPIC. In their applications, students will write a project narrative (max. 750 words) proposing a project they would like to work on. Students must also submit copies of their resume and unofficial transcript. A letter of sponsorship must be submitted (by May 15th) from the student's host organization in order to receive funding from CPIC.
The student application deadline for the Liman Public Interest Law Summer Fellowship program is January 11, 2016. Please download the file below for application submission instructions and relevant program stipulations.
|2016 Student Application - Arthur Liman Public Interest Law Summer Fellowship Program||452 KB|