Program on Corporate Compliance & Enforcement invites 2Ls to Apply to be Student Fellows

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The Program on Corporate Compliance and Enforcement (PCCE) invites 2Ls to apply to be Student Fellows for the 2021-2022 academic year. We kindly request you apply after you have at least one semester of 2L grades and, ideally, two semesters. Applications should be submitted no later than June 1, 2021.

PCCE Student Fellows gain unparalleled expertise in the areas of corporate compliance and enforcement through exposure to our invitation-only conferences, panels, and policy speeches, access to our distinguished Senior Fellows and members of our Board of Advisors, including at PCCE events and Fellows’ Fireside Chats, and opportunities (although not requirements) to perform research and other PCCE work as a research assistant, contribute to white papers, serve as an editor of our blog, Compliance & Enforcement, and publish scholarship relating to corporate compliance and enforcement (including on our blog).

Applicants must either have already taken, or register to take in the upcoming academic year, one or more of the following PCCE-taught or -affiliated courses: Business Crime; Corporate Crime and Financial Misdealing; Compliance and Risk Management for Attorneys; Regulation of Foreign Corrupt Practices; White Collar Crime and the Capital Markets; and Criminal Securities and Commodities Fraud.

Once accepted into the fellowship program, PCCE Student Fellows are required to volunteer at one PCCE conference or event each semester at minimum. Volunteering entails either assistance with registration or other logistics over the course of the event, or note-taking during keynote addresses or panels. We encourage interested students to check out our website, which lists current Student Fellows and includes additional Student Fellow eligibility information, as well as directions on how to apply.

We will accept applications on a rolling basis until June 2021. We encourage applicants to submit their applications during the spring 2021 semester, preferably after having received their grades for 2L year.

If you have any questions about the program, please reach out to PCCE Assistant Director, Clarissa Santiago, at

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