The Student Fellows Program is an integral part of our mission to integrate Georgetown Law students into the broader conversation on the proper method of constitutional interpretation through interaction with leading scholars, judges, and practitioners.
The Georgetown Center for the Constitution hosts an annual Student Fellows Program, which takes place during the Fall semester.
- How to Qualify: To become a Student Fellow, students are required to attend at least three Center-sponsored events in the Fall semester. Events are posted on our website, the OSL broadcast, and through our mailing list. SIGN IN SHEETS ARE AVAILABLE AT EACH EVENT.
- Fellowship Details: Membership in the Student Fellows Program provides special access to activities such as lunchtime conversations with the nation’s leading experts on constitutional law, discussions with authors in a Recent Books on the Constitution series, and private meetings with speakers prior to co-sponsored Center events.
- Perks: As a qualifying member of the Student Fellows Program, students are invited to attend the Center’s annual Salmon P. Chase Lecture at the United States Supreme Court. Each student fellow also receives a special lifetime gift from the Center.
For more information on becoming a Student Fellow or to join our mailing list, please email the Program Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org for the registration form.
Fall 2022 Programming
Programming for the Fall 2022 semester has concluded. Thank you to our distinguished lecturers and students for a successful series. For additional information on our past events, please visit the following page on our website: