Two-year old program for incoming students committed to pro bono service

Applications for Columbia Law School's LL.M. Pro Bono Fellowship Program are due on December 15, 2007. The two-year-old program is designed for LL.M. students committed to pro bono service. Like other LL.M.s, Pro Bono Fellows are enrolled in the full-time course, but also take an "Externship on Pro Bono Practice and Design" and are expected to - with the support of fellowships - to work at a US law firm or corporate law department to continue to learn about pro bono work.

Students must first be admitted to Columbia's LL.M. program before being considered for the fellowship.

For more information, please visit Columbia Law School's website.

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