The deadline for the 2014-2016 Columbia Law School – Center for Reproductive Rights Fellowship (CRR-CLS Fellowship) has been extended to February 28, 2014!
The CRR-CLS Fellowship is an exciting opportunity for recent law school graduates who are interested in careers in teaching law. Please keep your eye out for promising scholars and keep in mind that experience in reproductive rights is not required. You can download the application here.
Here is our track record thus far:
- 2008-2010 Fellow, Professor Khiara Bridges is teaching at Boston University School of Law in a tenure-track position with a joint appointment to the Anthropology Department;
- 2010-2012 Fellow, Professor Elizabeth Sepper is in a tenure-track position at Washington University School of Law;
- 2011-2013 Fellow, Professor Erez Aloni is teaching at Whittier Law School;
- 2012-2014 Fellow, Margaux Hall is in residence; and
- 2013-2015 Fellow, Rana Jaleel is in residence.
Here is a little more information about the Fellowship:
The CRR-CLS Fellowship is a two-year, post-graduate fellowship offered by the Center for Reproductive Rights (the Center) and Columbia Law School (CLS). Those committed to women’s rights and/or human rights would be a great fit for this fellowship – although we don’t require experience in these areas. More than anything, this is a fellowship for serious emerging academics. Fellows will be affiliated with the Center and CLS, and will participate in the intellectual life of both programs. Applicants do not need to be graduates of Columbia Law School to be eligible for this program and do not need prior experience in reproductive rights.
The deadline for applications for the 2014-2016 cycle is now February 28, 2014.
If you would like to learn more about CRR’s Law School Initiative, which supports the Fellowship, please visit our website here; email the Senior Director of the Law School Initiative, Diana Hortsch, email@example.com; or email Columbia Law School’s Center for Gender & Sexuality Law, firstname.lastname@example.org.
We would be grateful if you could forward these materials to your colleagues and to promising recent graduates interested in academic careers.