Application for Summer Fellowship

Warren B. Rudman Center

Submissions are due by 3:00 pm on Friday, April 14, 2017

1. About You
  • Graduation Year at UNH School of Law:
2. Public Interest / Government Organization


    501(c)(3) organizations, other non-profits, and local, state or federal employers are preferred. Law firms with public interest work will not be considered. It is preferred you apply to an organization that cannot afford to hire summer law clerks, as opposed to one that pays others, but would take you if you had your own funding.

  • Have you previously received a summer fellowship?
  • Are you receiving any additional funding for your summer work?
  • 3. Resume

    Please attach your resume. (Note on file size: the combined total of all your attachments cannot exceed 24MB)
    4. Please attach your personal statement (1000 word limit) Your personal statement should:

    • Express your public interest or government service career goals.

    • Describe how these public interest or government service goals are furthered by your summer position.

    • Explain your previous public interest or government service experience and/or activities demonstrating your commitment.

    • Discuss your specific financial need for this grant and how you will pay for living expenses if you do not receive this fellowship.

    5. Please attach proof of an offer from a Qualifying Employer This document should include:

    • A copy of offer letter from the summer employer, clearly indicating your start date and scope of work.

    • In order to receive full funding for the fellowship, you must have a full time placement at a qualifying organization for a minimum of 10 weeks.

      By clicking "Submit," I certify that my account is in good financial standing, with an outstanding balance of less than $500.


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