Juvenile Law Center regularly has openings for legal fellowships.
The Sol and Helen Zubrow Fellowship in Children's Law provides an opportunity to engage in a wide variety of advocacy efforts on behalf of children in the foster care, juvenile and criminal justice systems. Zubrow Fellows are involved in litigation, legislative efforts, training, and policy work on issues ranging from the rights of dependent youth aging out of the foster care system to the needs of incarcerated children.
Juvenile Law Center will sponsor attorney candidates for post graduate public interest fellowships provided by the Skadden Fellowship, Open Society Institute Criminal Justice Initiative, Equal Justice Works, or other outside fellowship funding organizations. Additionally, Juvenile Law Center invites school-sponsored public interest fellows to apply for project-based and non-project-based fellowships. Please indicate in your cover letter for what type of fellowship you are eligible.