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Past and Current Fellows

Project-Based Fellowships

Since 2009, the law school has awarded 40 project-based fellowships to graduates who are passionate about public interest legal work and driven to make a difference. Fellowships funded by the Toll Public Interest Center, the Penn Law Review, S. Gerald Litvin & Dennis R. Suplee, and Langer, Grogan & Diver P.C., have launched public interest careers throughout the US and around the world.

Catalyst Fellowships

A growing number of our graduates seek to launch careers in government agencies or in international organizations where project-based fellowships may be less effective than funded staff volunteers. In response, Penn Carey Law’s Catalyst Fellowships funds students who have secured unpaid volunteer positions with local, state, federal and international government agencies, public defender offices, NGOs, or international tribunals.

Cozen Family Voting Rights Fellowship

Penn Carey Law Civil Rights Fellowship at the Southern Poverty Law Center