Are you looking for a fellowship, internship or externship?

The American Bar Association announces the following fellowship, internship and externship opportunities:

Antitrust Law Student Fellowship
Application deadline: December 15
Sponsors: New York Bar Foundation through gifts from the Antitrust Section of the New York State Bar Association
Ten (10) week fellowship working on antitrust matters in one of the following agencies: the New York Office of New York Attorney General, Antitrust Bureau; Federal Trade Commission, Northeast Region; or Department of Justice Antitrust Division, New York Field Office. Fellows will be guest members of the NYSBA Antitrust Section for two years starting with the award of the Fellowship.

Business Law Diversity Clerkship Program
Application deadline: December 26
The Business Law Section Diversity Clerkship Program encourages students to pursue business court clerkship opportunities and to consider careers in the practice of business law by placing 9 students in business courts across the country, and providing a $6,000 stipend.

Judicial Intern Opportunity Program (JIOP)
Application deadline: January 9

Designed to place diverse law students with state and federal judges for summer internships. JIOP is a full-time, six-week minimum summer internship open to all first- or second-year diverse law students who are interested in doing legal research and writing for federal and state judges in participating cities.

Antitrust Section Janet D. Steiger Fellowship Project
Application deadline: January 12
This 8-week paid Fellowship provides law students of color with an opportunity to work in the in the consumer protection and antitrust departments of state and territorial Offices of Attorneys General throughout the United States, as well as the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection, the Georgia Governor's Office of Consumer Affairs, and the Hawaii Department of Commerce and Consumer Protection.

2014-2015 Global Justice Fellowships
Entry Deadline: Rolling Basis
Awarded to law students or recent graduates in support of atrocity prevention and accountability, with particular emphasis on the ABA-ICC Project. Fellowships are designed to promote international justice, rule of law, and conflict resolution. For more information, contact Michael Pates, Director, Center for Human Rights.
Sponsored by the Center for Human Rights and the Planethood Foundation

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