Harrison Institute for Housing Graduate Teaching Fellowships
Law school graduates may apply for a fellowship to work as a colleague and student supervisor in the spring before fellowships start in late summer. Fellows work for two years and receive an LLM degree. Fellowship openings depend upon the two-year rotation cycle and whether we have sufficient external funding upon which our fellowships depend.
Applications: To apply, you must submit a letter of interest and your resume to Prof. Michael Diamond before March 3, 2013.
General information: The Law Center distributes a guide to post-graduate fellowships, which is available on the main web page for clinical programs.
Selection criteria: We look for post-graduate work experience in housing and community development. We also favor experience in the public sector and proficiency in Spanish.