LLM Rule of Law and Human Rights Fellowship
University of Pennsylvania (UPenn) Law School - Penn Law
This fellowship allows an LLM graduate to pursue a post-graduate fellowship with a government agency, non-governmental organization, multilateral agency, or academic or research institution promoting rule of law and human rights in the United States or globally.
The Law School will provide up to $6,000 to support a student working in the United States or abroad on any aspect of the rule of law and human rights development and reform. Preference will be given to proposals that involve an internship or fellowship with a government agency, non-governmental organization, or multilateral agency.