Project-Based Fellowships

Equal Justice Works fellowship: funds between 45 and 55 two–year fellowship annually. Fellows receive a competitive salary, generous loan repayment assistance, connections to their prominent sponsors, participation in trainings, and additional support during their two–year tenure.

Skadden Foundation Fellowship: provides each Fellow with a salary and pays all fringe benefits to which an employee of the sponsoring organization would be entitled. Fellowships are awarded for two years. The 2013 class of fellows.

Open Society Institute & Soros Justice Fellowship: fellows receive funding through either an advocacy fellowship or media fellowship.

Echoing Green Fellowship: fellows receive seed funding and technical support to turn their innovative ideas into sustainable organizations. The fellowships are not limited to law–related projects.

Institute for Educational Equity and Opportunity: fellowship provides a one–year opportunity for a law school graduate to work with a public interest educational equity project or attorney of their choice in the areas of educational equity and opportunity.