Career Pathways and Guidance
The Human Rights Institute works with Georgetown Law’s Office of Public Interest and Community Service (OPICS), Office of Career Services (OCS) and the Office of Graduate Programs Graduate Career and Professional Development (GCPD) staff to help support students pursuing careers in human rights.
HRI is pleased to facilitate the Dale and James J. Pinto (L’76) Georgetown Law Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Fellowship — a unique opportunity for Georgetown Law graduates of the J.D. program to spend a full year with one of Washington’s leading human rights organizations. The fellowship is made possible through the generous support of Dale and James Pinto and provides a crucial path for Georgetown students to secure a place in the highly competitive field of international human rights advocacy.
The Dash-Muse Teaching Fellowship is a two-year position designed for a Georgetown Law J.D. or LL.M. graduate with human rights experience, an interest in teaching, and a commitment to pursuing a career in human rights.
"Hoyas in Human Rights" highlights Georgetown Law alumni making a difference in the United States and around the world. Read more about the incredible work of our alums and how a Georgetown Law education paved the way for them.