Program in Law and Public Service
The Program in Law and Public Service is designed to provide a select group of students the opportunity to receive a tailored curriculum and intensive training that will prepare them for public service careers. Fellows are required to spend at least one summer working in the field of public service, and summer funding is guaranteed. Each year, approximately 25 first-year fellows will be admitted to the program. Up to five slots will be held open for second-year students. Applications are typically due in mid-October.
- Assistant Dean for Public Service
- Director, Program in Law and Public Service
- Director, Mortimer Caplin Public Service Center
- Assistant Professor of Law, by Secondary Appointment