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 funding availability. Presently, we have one resident fellow who works on human rights and climate policy. 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