Every year, the Women’s Law & Community Plan Fellowship Program (WLPPFP) at the Georgetown School Law Center offers Fellowship jobs that give educational and skilled growth possibilities for attorneys focused on utilizing their legal advantages to improve women’s rights.
We present two forms of Fellowships. One is our WLPPFP Fellowship, a 12-month performance experience where Men from the United States work with women’s legal problems with a community curiosity company, a governmental firm, or as a clinical teaching fellow at Georgetown Law. The application for the 2023-2024 fellowship year is available here and due on Friday, December 11, 2022: WLPPFP Application Variety 2023-2024
One other is our Control & Advocacy for Women in Africa (LAWA) Fellowship, where women’s rights lawyers from Africa take a Master of Laws (LL.M.) stage from Georgetown Law focusing on international women’s rights and then take part in a post-graduation summertime legal internship experience before returning home to keep evolving women’s rights in their very own countries. The application for the 2023-2024 fellowship is available these days here: LAWA Application 2023-2024
Though each Fellowship experience is exclusive, all of our Men learn together about substantive women’s rights problems, explore numerous career trails by which they can advocate for women’s equality, and develop their legal abilities through seminars, pieces of training, marketing functions and alternative activities given by WLPPFP.