About Liman Fellowships

The Liman Center annually funds Liman Law Fellowships for Yale Law School graduates to spend a year working in public interest law in the United States. As of 2023, the Liman Center has supported more than 180 such fellowships.

Over the last decade, the Liman Center has awarded Fellowships-in-Residence for law graduates to spend one to two years at Yale Law School where they join the Center’s research and teaching projects and, in some cases, collaborate with YLS clinics or other legal organizations in Connecticut.

Liman Undergraduate Summer Fellowships give students from Barnard, Brown, Bryn Mawr, Harvard, Princeton, Spelman, Stanford, and Yale the chance to work at public interest organizations related to law.

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