Organizational Fellowships

American Civil Liberties Union Legal Fellowships: the ACLUF sponsors a number of fellowships within its National Legal Program. Fellowships are for one to two years, depending on the project.

Illinois State Bar Association: The Illinois Bar Foundation (IBF) has teamed up with law schools to provide public interest fellowships to recent graduates. Participating schools are Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Northern Illinois University College of Law, and Southern Illinois University School of Law.

The Immigrant Justice Corps Justice Fellowships: awards two-year long fellowships to recent law graduates and law clerks who have demonstrated a committment to providing legal services for the poor and for immigrants.

LawyerCorps Connecticut: The LawyerCorps Consortium places three fellows at three participating legal aid agencies for two to three year commitments.

Public Interest Law Initiative Graduate Fellowship Program: offers post–3L internships of 300 hours at one of 50 public interest law agencies in Chicago.

The Supreme Court Fellows Program: offers year-long fellowships in the Supreme Court of the United States, the Administrative Office of the United States Courts, the Federal Judicial Center, or the United States Sentencing Commission.

Women's Law and Public Policy Fellowship Program: fellows work in Washington, DC with a variety of organizations involved in legal and policy issues affecting women.