The Center for Reproductive Rights – Columbia Law School Fellowship (CRR-CLS Fellowship) is a two-year, post-graduate fellowship offered by the Center for Reproductive Rights (the Center) and Columbia Law School (the Law School). The Fellowship is designed to prepare recent law school graduates for legal academic careers in reproductive health and human rights. Fellows will be affiliated with the Center and the Law School and will participate in the intellectual life of both programs.

This Fellowship is an exciting opportunity for recent law school graduates who are interested in careers in teaching law. Those committed to women’s rights and/or human rights would be a great fit for this fellowship — although extensive experience in these areas is not required. More than anything, this is a fellowship for serious emerging academics. Fellows will be affiliated with the Center and CLS, and will participate in the intellectual life of both programs. Applicants do not need to be graduates of Columbia Law School to be eligible for this program and do not need prior experience in reproductive rights.

Completed applications must be received by the Law School by October 29, 2012. Visit the CRR-CLS Fellowship website or click here to download the fellowship description and application.