University of Notre Dame Law School is encouraging first- and second-year law students to apply for a summer fellowship from the law school’s Center for Civil and Human Rights.
One applicant will be chosen to be receive a $5,000 stipend for legal work in a public interest organization that promotes civil or human rights, and/or the enforcement of federal rights on behalf of underrepresented minorities. Domestic and international internships are eligible for consideration.
Arianna Cook-Thajudeen was selected as the 2017 Summer Fellow for her work the National Housing Law Project. Her presentation can be viewed here.
Applicants must submit a current resume, academic transcript and a cover letter describing the proposed internship and how it relates to the CCHR’s mission by the deadline of March 19. Additional application information may be found here.