Learn about the following Columbia Law School fellowships that allow J.D. and LL.M. graduates to work internationally.
Visit our postgraduate fellowship page for application instructions.
David W. Leebron Human Rights Fellowship
This fellowship enables a Columbia Law School J.D. or LL.M. graduate to spend one year working in human rights either in the U.S. or abroad, in pursuit of a career in human rights law, whether in academic life; in governmental, intergovernmental, or nongovernmental organizations or agencies; or as legal practitioners specializing in human rights work.
Global Public Service Fellowship
This fellowship, available to graduating J.D. and LL.M. students and to alumni who completed their degree within the past two years, supports a year of work with a public service organization, intergovernmental agency, national supreme court, or international court sponsor abroad. Preference is given to organizations based in the Pan-Asia region who are engaged in issues of international law and global consequence.
Mark Haas Public Interest Fellowship
This fellowships supports one to two graduating J.D. or LL.M. students from China to pursue public interest legal work in the United States for three to five months.
Hosted by Social Justice Initiatives (SJI). Snacks will be served.