102 Liman Fellows: Welcoming the Incoming Liman Fellows, 2014-15

The Arthur Liman Public Interest Program at Yale Law School is delighted to announce eight recipients of Liman Fellowships for 2014-15 as well as four of our current fellows who will receive one-year extensions. The Fellows will spend a their year advocating on behalf of those underserved or underrepresented in the law.
Read about the fellows here.

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The Arthur Liman Public Interest Fellowship and Fund provides support to students through the following fellowship programs:

Yale Law School Fellowship
The fellowships for Yale Law School graduates allow students to spend a year working on public interest legal issues such as welfare rights, homelessness, racial profiling, indigent criminal defense, alternative sentencing courts, immigration, workers rights, and juvenile justice.

Undergraduate Summer Fellowship
The Program supports summer internships forstudents who are interested in social justice law. The Fellowships are currently available for students at Barnard, Brown, Harvard, Princeton, (undergraduate and graduate)Spelman and Yale.