Call for Applications:
Parker Fellowship at the International Court of Justice
Ten-month Judicial Fellows Programme at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague. Fellows assist members of the court in their tasks, including inter alia, carrying out research, preparing case files and drafting various types of documents. Columbia Law School nominates students for the Programme, but the ICJ makes the final decision whether or not to invite a student to participate. There is no guarantee in any given year that the ICJ will select a student from Columbia Law School.
Open to graduating 3Ls and LLMs, as well as recent Columbia Law School alumni. Please consult the ICJ website for further information about eligibility and selection criteria.
Application deadline is Monday, January 27, 2020.
Students who are selected by the ICJ will receive, from Columbia Law School, the title of “Parker Fellow” in recognition of the Parker School of Foreign and Comparative Law, and receive an award of $40,000 to cover health insurance, travel and other living costs related to the Judicial Fellows Programme.
This PDF document contains additional information about the application. Feel free to contact John Tarbet ([email protected]) in the Office of International Programs if you have questions about the application process.