The International Law and Human Rights (ILHR) Fellowship Program is coordinated by the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice (CHRGJ) and the Institute for International Law and Justice (IILJ), with support from the Public Interest Law Center (PILC). The ILHR Fellowship Program is designed to provide NYU School of Law students with the opportunity to gain education in the theory and practice of international and human rights law.
The program consists of three main components:
- a 10-12 week funded internship at an organization working in human rights or international law, usually in the summer, although graduating LLMs and JSDs may in some cases elect to complete it in the fall;
- pre-internship preparation and training in the form of course requirements and a series of not-for-credit seminars in the spring; and
- an optional post-internship academic research paper under the supervision of NYU faculty or staff.
All currently enrolled, full-time 1L, 2L, LLM, and JSD students at NYU School of Law are eligible to apply.
Please click here for the full application details: 2022-23-ILHR-Application
The complete application package is due Thursday, November 10.
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