Vanderbilt Law School offers a rigorous legal education delivered by a world-class faculty in a uniquely collegial and supportive environment.
Law practice is increasingly specialized, and Vanderbilt offers several well-established upper-level tracks that allow students to gain in-depth exposure to fast-evolving technical and complex areas of law.
At Vanderbilt, you will gain the intellectual tools and professional skills to thrive in a fast-changing legal landscape.
Vanderbilt’s Career Services program provides students with the resources and support they need to assess their strengths, explore career options, refine their career goals and launch successful legal careers.
Vanderbilt Law professors are among the nation’s leading legal scholars, taking students to the cutting edge of legal scholarship and preparing them to have national impact.
Most students find it important to balance the demands of legal studies by joining one or more organizations for professional advancement, personal development, community service and professional networking.
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Chapter 1: Introduction and Overview
Chapter 2: Categories of Fellowships and Examples
Law firm-sponsored fellowships
Government and International Fellowships
Chapter 3: Developing your fellowship application
Project-based fellowships only: The project description
All fellowships: The written application package
All fellowships: Interviews and selection processes
Chapter 4: Resources
Appendix A: Checklist for developing a project-based fellowship application
Appendix B: Selected post-graduate public interest fellowship opportunities
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