Brooklyn A has an extensive track record of successfully sponsoring applicants for the most competitive legal fellowships, including Skadden Fellowship Foundation, The Arthur Liman Public Interest Fellowship Program and Equal Justice Works fellowships. Fellowships at Brooklyn A offer a rewarding, challenging and meaningful experience helping those who are most in need.
Selections for the fellowships are made by the programs and not by Brooklyn A.
We encourage interested candidates to consult with us regarding suggestions for viable proposals. We also encourage interested candidates with diverse cultural backgrounds and/or proficiency in languages other than English to contact us. Considering the time needed to develop projects acceptable to Brooklyn A and the applicants, interested persons should contact Brooklyn A as soon as possible.
Interested candidates should submit the following:
- Cover Letter addressing their interest and experience in public interest law and describing any ideas for a fellowship proposal (it is not necessary to have a proposal at the application stage)
- Two Brief Legal Writing Samples
- Law School Transcript
- List of Three References
These materials should be sent via email to [email protected], with the subject line “Fellowship Opportunities”.