Applicants for Fall 2016- Fellowship Deadline March 1


Our fellowship applications in ChildLaw, Health Law, and Intellectual Property have a March 1 deadline.

  • ChildLaw Fellowship: Eight to ten fellowships are awarded annually to entering full-time JD students through a competitive selection process. Fellows receive $20,000 in scholarship assistance over three years, internship experience, and, in addition to the regular law school curriculum, pursue an interdisciplinary course of study that provides the knowledge and skills required to become leaders in the profession working on behalf of children and families. Interviews are conducted mid to late March for those individuals selected. To apply, click here.
  • Health Law Fellowship: The Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy at Loyola University Chicago School of Law offers fellowships, ranging from $1000 to $2500, to entering students who are interested in health law. Beyond the financial benefits of a health law fellowship, recipients are automatically admitted to the specialized health law legal writing section. Fellowships awarded to entering students are not automatically renewable but all recipients are eligible to apply for Upper-class Health Law Fellowships after their first year. To apply, click here.
  • Intellectual Property Fellowship:‌ In addition to a $2,500 monetary scholarship received as IP fellows, recipients are admitted to the specialized IP Legal Writing Section; this provides students with the  opportunity to learn about IP during their first year of law school. To apply, click here.
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