Graduate Teaching Fellowships
Licensed attorneys may apply for a fellowship to work as a colleague and student supervisor in one of the Harrison Institute's policy teams. Fellows work for approximately two years and receive an LLM degree. Fellowship openings depend upon the two-year rotation cycle and whether we have sufficient external funding to offer a position. Presently, we have one resident fellow who works on adapting to climate change. We have no current fellowship openings.
If you are interested in future openings, contact:
Prof. Robert Stumberg
Harrison Institute for Public Law
111 F Street, NW, Suite 120
Washington, DC 20001