Now Accepting Applications for the 2019-20 Douglass Fellowship Cohort

By: MOLLY WICKER

Applications for the 2019-20 Douglass Fellowship cohort will be accepted until 5 PM EST on Thursday, April 18, 2019.

Inspired by Fredrick Douglass’s commitment to freedom, education, and advocacy, The Human Trafficking Institute provides this opportunity for second- and third-year law students to participate in an eight-month fellowship program focused on developing future leaders in the anti-trafficking movement and providing resources to those currently combatting human trafficking around the globe.

Fellows will serve from September through April 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.

The program consists of three components: Research and Writing, Mentorship, and Advocacy. Research projects include working on amicus briefs to the United States Supreme Court or Circuit Courts of Appeal in cases impacting human trafficking law; researching current trends in human trafficking law; assisting in the research and publication of the annual Federal Human Trafficking Report on the current state of human trafficking cases in the United States; analyzing successful modes of human trafficking enforcement; researching methods for measuring prevalence; and analyzing and compiling human trafficking statistics.

To learn more about the Douglass Fellowship, click here.

To apply, click here.

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Molly Wicker

Molly Wicker

Molly is originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and is a graduate of Grove City College, where she studied English and Economics. During college, she interned for The Pittsburgh Promise and PNC Financial Services, where she honed her communications and development skills. Molly is an avid writer and her work has been published in a number of places, including The New York Times. She is currently working with Institute in D.C. as a Falls Church Anglican Fellow.