Applicants should submit the following materials by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by January 31:
- a statement of interest (of no more than 1000 words) describing the applicant’s relevant experience, interest in the Kamel Center, and proposed research for the duration of the Fellowship;
- a current resume or CV; and
- relevant law school or graduate school transcripts.
- non-native speakers of English must provide proof of proficiency (e.g., a recent TOEFL score of over 100 or an advanced degree from an English-speaking university).
Applicants should also arrange for two letters of recommendation to be sent by the recommenders directly to email@example.com.
For any questions about the application process, please contact Bradley Hayes.
Decisions will be made by March 1.
Students seeking international travel or language training support through the Abdallah S. Kamel Center should write to Bradley Hayes, Coordinator of International Programs. Priority will be given to students at the Yale Law School, but all Yale University students are eligible to apply. Proposals should relate to academic research/writing projects conducted under Yale Law School or Yale University faculty supervision. Applications will be accepted throughout the year and should describe the research project in under 2 pages, list additional sources of funding solicited and obtained, and include the names of the supervising faculty.
Yale Law School students should also visit the Funding Opportunities page to learn about additional resources available for academic and independent research projects and programs.