NYU Launches New Public Interest LL.M. Fellowship

12-week long fellowship features a stipend of $7,000

NYU Law's Institute for International Law and Justice has announced the launch of a new LL.M. fellowship program, to commence in the summer or fall of 2020.

The new fellowship program is called the LL.M. Public Interest Fellowship and will allow fellows to work in a host organization of their choosing. Eligible host institutions include nonprofits, intergovernmental organizations, and government bodies. The fellowship will last 12 weeks and will include a $7,000 stipend.

To apply for the new LL.M. fellowship program, students will have to provide, among other things, two references, along with a personal statement and a letter of recommendation. According to the evaluation criteria, applicants should demonstrate a commitment to public interest work.

For more information, please see this NYU news release announcing the launch of the new LL.M. fellowship program.

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