Harrison Institute for Housing Graduate Teaching Fellowships
Law school graduates with at least two years of transactional experience may apply for a fellowship to work as a colleague and student supervisor. Applications are due by the first week of March before fellowships start in the following August (2014). Fellows work for two years and receive an L.L.M. degree. Fellowship openings depend upon the two-year rotation cycle and whether we have sufficient funding.
Applications: To apply, you must submit a letter of interest and your resume to Prof. Michael Diamond before March 3, 2014.
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. Admission, or eligibility to waive in, to the DC bar is required.