You can apply to become one of a limited number of outstanding students who serve as Social Justice Fellows. Our Fellows:
- Research current social justice issues,
- Enroll in courses that teach legal analysis through the intersecting lenses of race, gender, class and sexuality (including two of the following three courses, with at least one taken as a 2L: Critical Race Theory, Feminist Jurisprudence, Gender and the Law),
- Complete externships with local social justice organizations,
- Participate in activities that seek to cultivate social justice scholars, leaders and activists,
- Participate in a three-credit research project sponsored by the Nathaniel R. Jones Center for Race, Gender, and Social Justice.
- Help with the Jones Center’s annual fall event and attend occasional programs throughout the academic year.
If you’d like to be considered for a Social Justice Fellowship, please submit the online application.