Georgetown Law and the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace, and Security are pleased to announce the Hillary Rodham Clinton Law Fellowship for JD graduates from the class of 2018. The fellowship is generously supported by alumni Rep. John Delaney, L’88 and April McClain-Delaney, L’89. This fellowship is available to 2018 JD and LLM graduates of Georgetown Law.
The fellowship will be based at the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security in Washington, DC, with some international travel. By training, equipping and supporting a growing corps of young researchers, the Hillary Rodham Clinton Law Fellowship program will not only inform global leaders in the field of women, peace and security, but will help shape the agenda. The Fellow will also participate in Georgetown’s Women’s Law and Public Policy Fellowship Program, which provides mentoring, professional development training, and educational programming to individuals committed to careers advancing women’s rights.
Fellowship Duties: The Hillary Rodham Clinton Law Fellowship Program provides opportunities to a recent graduate to conduct academically rigorous, practically relevant, policy-oriented research to address key knowledge gaps in the field of women, peace and security. The research is expected to involve some international travel, and generate research papers that will be published by the Institute and submitted to peer reviewed journals. The Fellow will have the opportunity to participate in meetings with expert practitioners and thought leaders. The fellowship will also provide opportunities to present and disseminate the research findings.
Fellow Qualifications: Only 2018 JD or LLM graduates of Georgetown Law are eligible to apply.
Successful candidates must have:
- A passion for international law and human rights,
- Strong academic credentials; and
- Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Preference will be given to candidates with:
- Experience in developing countries;
- Demonstrated interest in women’s advancement in peace, security and development; and
- A record of publishing online and/or in print outlets.
Salary: The fellowship amount will be $45,000 plus benefits, and will be administered as a monthly stipend.
Application: Applicants must submit a completed application form, resume, transcript, list of three references, and writing sample through Symplicity.
Application deadline: March 18, 2018. Interviews will be conducted shortly thereafter and a decision will be made in late April.
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