NLF Partners and In-House Counsel Community Law Fellowship/NLF Community Law Fellowship (For more information and to apply, click HERE)
- 2-Year Full-Time Fellowship
- 3Ls, Judicial Clerks, Recent Law Grads
- Deadline | Dec. 31, 2016
Established in 2004 through a generous gift from Paul W. Lee of Goodwin Procter LLP, the NAPABA Law Foundation Partners and In-House Counsel Community Law Fellowship works to address the need for attorneys working on behalf of the Asian Pacific American populations. Recognizing that many obstacles prevent committed attorneys from practicing public interest law, including the shortage of entry-level jobs, the Fellowship provides an opportunity for a new attorney to gain substantive experience at a nonprofit national or community-based organization during the two-year Fellowship period. Fellows are funded at $100,000 for the two-year Fellowship.
NAPABA Law Foundation Underserved Communities Fellowship (For more information and to apply, click HERE)
- 1Ls, 2Ls, 3Ls
- Deadline | Feb. 15, 2017
Through a generous gift from Les R. Jin, NLF has established a $6,000 fellowship for one law student or recent law school graduate to gain meaningful legal experience at a public interest host organization on a project designed to advance opportunities for Asian Pacific Americans who are part of one or more under-served Asian Pacific American communities. The Fellowship is open to all currently enrolled U.S. law students in good standing to work at any qualified not-for-profit host organization in the U.S. If the Fellowship recipient is someone who is currently a first or second year law student, s/he shall perform the fellowship during the following summer. If the awardee is a third-year student, s/he shall finish the fellowship within seven months of his/her graduation.
Fred T. Korematsu Summer Fellowship (For more information and to apply, click HERE)
- 1Ls, 2Ls
- Deadline | Feb. 15, 2017
In partnership with the Fred T. Korematsu Institute, NLF will be accepting applications for the Fred T. Korematsu Summer Fellowship Program. The program will provide $6,000 for a meaningful summer internship at a public interest organization. The intern will work to further Fred T. Korematsu’s legacy as a civil rights pioneer. Initial funding was provided by Parkin Lee and The Rockefeller Group.
McGuireWoods/NLF Internship Program for Law Students (For more information and to apply, click HERE)
McGuireWoods/NLF Internship Program for Undergraduates (For more information and to apply, click HERE)
- 1Ls, 2Ls, Undergraduates
- Deadline | March 15, 2017
The McGuireWoods/NLF Internship Program supports students interested in the legal profession and will help students develop a commitment to advocacy on behalf of the Asian Pacific American (APA) community. The Program seeks to achieve these goals by providing undergraduate and law school students with meaningful internship experiences at the Washington, DC offices of NAPABA and NLF.
Applications Coming Soon
- Summer NLF Public Interest Internship Scholarship
- Bryan Cave/NAPABA Law Foundation Community Service Scholarship for Summer Law Interns
In order to help public interest lawyers attend the ACS National Convention, ACS will again be making available a limited number of fellowships for attorneys working in the government and public interest sectors. The 2015 ACS National Convention will take place at the Capital Hilton in Washington, DC from June 11-13. Recipients will receive a combination of registration for the Convention, lodging at the Capital Hilton and/or a stipend for travel.
The ACS National Convention provides unparalleled networking opportunities for progressive lawyers. There will again be dedicated networking time following each panel discussion and fellowship recipients will be able to meet leaders from their respective practice and geographic areas. In order to strengthen ties between fellowship recipients and ACS, we require that fellowship recipients join ACS and complete at least three of the following in the coming year:
- Join a lawyer chapter board
- Organize a new lawyer chapter
- Speak to a student chapter
- Write an ACS blog post
- Recruit five new paid ACS members at any level
- Volunteer for Constitution in the Classroom
- Organize a lawyer chapter event
- Mentor an ACS affiliated law student or young lawyer
- Host a mentorship dinner during Convention
- Host an out-of-town student during Convention
To apply, please click here and complete the simple online application. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, and will be accepted until April 15, 2015, or until filled. Please share this information with public interest attorneys who may be interested in this opportunity.
ACS National Convention
June 11-13, 2015
1001 16th Street, NW
2015 Fellowship Applications Accepted Until: Wednesday, April 15
To apply, please click here.
The NAPABA Law Foundation Community Law Fellowship Program was launched in 2004 to address the need for attorneys working on behalf of the Asian Pacific American populations. Recognizing that many obstacles prevent committed attorneys from practicing public interest law, including the shortage of entry-level jobs, the NLF Community Law Fellowship provides an opportunity for a new attorney to gain substantive experience at a nonprofit national or community-based organization during the two-year Fellowship period.
More information can be found here. Applications due December 31, 2014
The National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA) is pleased to announce a partnership with Prudential Financial, Inc. (Prudential) and Gibbons, P.C. (Gibbons) to provide a fellowship opportunity to a highly-motivated, third-year law school student. Through this partnership, NAPABA will select a third-year law school student to be the 2014 NAPABA-Prudential Law Fellow.
The Fellow will be hired to the position of a full-time, fall associate at Gibbons and will be expected to begin work on a date to be determined between the Fellow and Gibbons. The date is expected to be set after law school graduation and completion of the July 2014 bar examination.
The deadline to apply is February 16. Go to the AABANY Fellowships page for more details.
During the summer of 2014, many Perkins Coie offices will offer a 1L Diversity Fellowship to students who have completed one year of law school. These fellowships provide students with a paid summer associate position and a $7,500 academic scholarship that is paid at the completion of the summer program.
More information on participating offices, eligibility, and application deadlines can be found at this link: http://bit.ly/ID30xb.