For more information, please contact Tessa Bialek, the 2015–16 San Francisco Affirmative Litigation Project Fellow.

SFALP
SFALP operates as a limited enrollment class called Local Government in Action, open to all students beginning in their second semester.

Summer Internship with the San Francisco City Attorney’s Office
The San Francisco City Attorney’s Office offers a variety of summer internship opportunities for which those who are interested in public interest litigation may be particularly well qualified. For more information, please contact the SFALP Fellow.

SFALP Fellowship
The Yale Law School’s San Francisco Affirmative Litigation Project and Robert M. Cover Fellowship Program offer a post-graduate fellowship for lawyers who are interested in a long-term career in law school clinical teaching or public lawyering. The Fellowship starts during the summer and lasts for one year, with a stipend of about $45,000 per year plus health benefits. One new SFALP Cover Fellow is selected each year. Fellowship responsibilities include running the San Francisco Affirmative Litigation Project at Yale Law School, co-teaching a seminar on local government law with Yale Law School Professor Heather Gerken, supervising student work, and working directly with the San Francisco City Attorney’s Affirmative Litigation Task Force on related litigation.

For more information, including application instructions, see the position description on the Career Development Office website.

 

Ways to Engage


Our Clinics

Yale Law School offers more than two dozen clinics that provide students with hands on, practical experience in the law on a diverse range of subject matters.

Simulation

Yale Law School offers a suite of innovative simulation courses based on real-world case studies.

Centers and Workshops

Yale Law School enhances the intellectual life of its academic community by sponsoring a variety of centers, programs, and workshops, inspired by the interests of its faculty and students.

The people I was able to spend those three years with and think alongside and work alongside — they put me on a different path and it’s a path that’s allowing me to have a much larger and more meaningful impact on children than I would have had before.”


Samantha Tweedy

Class of 2006