The Skadden Fellowships allow graduates to design their dream public interest jobs. These two-year fellowships fund work in civil legal services for clients living in poverty. Kathleen Rubenstein, the Associate Director of the Fellowships, will be on campus to explain the program and answer your questions. Don’t miss the opportunity to find out about these prestigious fellowships and get tips on how to create a strong application.
This is an essential program for all law students interested in public interest work: 3Ls and alumni who will be clerking (since you may apply for the fellowship this fall, to begin after you complete your clerkship); 2Ls (if you are considering a public interest practice after graduation); and 1Ls (because now is a good time to start thinking about postgraduate fellowships).
Please RSVP by April 10.