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Salzburg Cutler Fellows

The Salzburg Lloyd N. Cutler Fellows Program helps outstanding law students from the top U.S. law schools explore timely legal issues and develop the leadership skills and connections needed to forge careers in international law to shape a better world. 


More about past Cutler Fellows Programs

Benjamin Barsky

In his research paper for the Cutler Fellows Program, Benjamin Barsky L’19 reflected on how American cities comply with international disability law.

Read a snapshot of a Cutler Fellow’s research

“I was placed in a group of about 10 people from peer law schools and two faculty who all read my paper proposal. They all had really thoughtful critiques, both the peers and the professors. It really helps mold your thinking and shape your argument and prepares your paper for publication. It’s a really great opportunity to meet people who are interested in the same topics; I’m still in touch with [people I met] from different schools.… You also have the opportunity to engage with different webinar series and speaker events that the Salzburg organization hosts…. It’s a unique community of people that I’ve already tapped into [for] my own networking.”

Joelle Hageboutros L’21

For further questions about the Salzburg Cutler Fellows Program, please contact the Penn Carey Law Office of International Affairs.