The Center for Global Justice welcomes each year up to six student fellows who work with faculty on research or advocacy projects in the area of international and comparative law. Past fellows have worked in the areas of corporations and human rights, international intellectual property, and human rights advocacy projects for organizations in Cambodia and South Africa.
For 2009, the Center for Global Justice is seeking four student fellows for two separate research and advocacy projects pertaining to global justice issues. The fellows will conduct multi-tiered activities under the supervision of the director and other interested faculty. The activities include interdisciplinary research, writing, advocacy, organizing speakers' series, conferences, and symposia. The student fellows' research and advocacy projects as well as their profiles will be featured on the Center's Web site.
Interested 2L or 3L students are encouraged to apply. Download Student Fellowship Opportunities(pdf) for detailed information about the fellowship. Send your resume and statement of interest to Junsen Ohno via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org by January 30, 2009. An interview process will take place and accepted student fellows will be announced by mid-February 2009.