The application deadline for the 2022-2024 Zubrow Fellowship in Children's Law will be January 14, 2022. The application will be made available October 1, 2021.
Applicants for the 2022-2024 Zubrow Fellowship should have graduated or anticipate graduating law school or a dual degree program in law between 2020-2022. The Zubrow Fellowship is designed for emerging leaders; no prior post-graduate work experience is required. Questions about eligibility? Email us at email@example.com.
Read The Zubrow Fellowship FAQ's.
Who is eligible to apply for the Fellowship?
Zubrow Fellows are emerging leaders who graduated law school within two years prior to beginning the Fellowship. Applicants for the 2021-2023 Zubrow Fellowship should have graduated or anticipate graduating law school or a dual degree program in law between 2019-2021. There is no restriction on what an applicant who has already graduated has chosen to do in time since graduating. Individual questions about eligibility should be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
How does the Zubrow Fellowship application process work?
After the application period closes, the hiring committee reviews all applications and selects candidates that best match the position requirements for video interviews. After the video interviews, finalists are invited to a final panel interview. The interview may take place virtually. It is generally expected that final interviewees are prepared to accept the Fellowship if an offer is made. Applicants should carefully consider their interest in the Fellowship before applying and/or accepting an invitation for a final interview.
Finalists for the Zubrow Fellowship will also have an opportunity for a phone conversation with a current Zubrow Fellow to ask questions before accepting the final interview. This phone conversation will not be part of the formal selection process.
Please read all the FAQs before applying.
The Zubrow Fellowship is not a project-based fellowship, and applicants do not need to propose a project. Applicants should be aware of Juvenile Law Center's work and identify their areas of interest. Applicants will be judged on the extent to which they possess the vision, drive, and skills required to create and sustain work to further Juvenile Law Center's mission. No prior post-graduate work experience is required. The Fellow will be expected to begin the fellowship in September of the following year.
Salary & Benefits
The Zubrow Fellowship is a two-year fellowship with an annual salary of $62,000, plus health care benefits, disability insurance, and life insurance.