Law Fellows – NAACP

February 17, 2010

Applications are currently being accepted for the NAACP’s 2010 Law Fellow Program.  The NAACP Law Fellow Program was created with the vision of developing future generations of civil rights attorneys.  Each year, through a rigorous selection process, the NAACP National Legal Department chooses several students from law schools across the nation to participate in the summer Law Fellow Program.  While these students are from diverse backgrounds, they share a common interest in civil rights law.

Law Fellows will work at NAACP headquarters in Baltimore, Maryland, participating in projects involving legal research, writing, and NAACP initiatives such as criminal justice, education, housing, voting and civil rights and environmental justice.   Additionally, fellows will moderate panels at the Lawyers Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Seminar at the NAACP National Convention in Kansas City, Missouri.

The deadline for applications is March 8, 2010.

An application is available at


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