International Legal Fellows
The Human Trafficking Institute’s International Legal Fellows program provides recent law graduates with a practical legal experience within a Partner Country’s criminal justice system. Each International Legal Fellow will be working closely with a component of a Partner Country’s criminal justice system (e.g., Ministry of Justice, Specialized Investigative or Prosecutorial Units for Trafficking in Persons cases, Judiciary, etc.) and operate as an Institute liaison. The fellowship lasts for one year, beginning September 2017. Each Fellow position will be funded through a combination of grants from law schools, law firms, and an Institute stipend.
Location: TBD
Application Deadline: Open until filled
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Douglass Fellowship
The Human Trafficking Institute’s Douglass Fellows program, inspired by Frederick Douglass’s commitment to freedom, education, law enforcement, and advocacy, will provide an opportunity for law students and exceptional graduate and undergraduate students to participate in a nine-month fellowship focused on providing resources to those currently combatting human trafficking around the globe and developing future leaders in the anti-human trafficking movement. Fellows will serve from September through May each academic year and will be chosen through a competitive process based on academic achievement, leadership potential, research and writing ability, and demonstrated commitment to human rights and anti-trafficking efforts.
Location: Each Fellow’s respective university
Application Deadline: May 24, 2017
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