The Institute of International Economic Law (IIEL) selects IIEL Student Fellows each year based on academic merit and experience in issues related to IIEL’s ongoing research. The Fellowships are honorary and the Fellows receive no funding from the IIEL.  IIEL Fellows generally are LL.M. or S.J.D. students enrolled at Georgetown Law who have a particular interest in international economic law. Occasionally senior J.D. students at Georgetown Law with background and expertise in international economic law may also be selected as IIEL Fellows.

Learn more about how to apply for the IIEL Fellows Program.

Please note that applicants to the IIEL Fellows Program must submit a completed Georgetown Law application for the LL.M. or S.J.D. program (including all required supplemental materials) to the Graduate Admissions Office prior to submitting their Fellowship application to the IIEL Fellowship Selection Committee.

Please review the Institute of International Economic Law website for additional information.