The Yale Law Journal

Journal Launches Public Interest Fellowships

Charles C. Bridge
22 Jan 2016

In an effort to unite legal scholarship and legal practice, and to advance the public interest, Volume 125 of the Yale Law Journal has partnered with the Yale Law School to provide three public interest fellowships on a yearly basis. The YLJ Fellowships will be open to all graduating Yale law students and recent graduates.

After completing their fellowship year, YLJ Public Interest Fellows will be invited to publish a reflection on their experience in the Journal’s online component, the Forum. By sponsoring these fellows, and by incorporating their legal insights into its scholarship, the Journal seeks to foster a closer relationship between legal scholarship and practice.

For more information, please see the law school's announcement