The Ludwig Fellowship


YALE LAW SCHOOL LUDWIG CLINICAL FELLOWSHIP
Community and Economic Development Clinic

The Ludwig Fellowship is designed for lawyers with at least three years of practice who are considering a career in law school teaching. The Fellow’s responsibilities include representing clients, supervising students, assisting in teaching classes, and pursuing a scholarship and research agenda. Candidates must be prepared to apply for admission to the Connecticut bar. (Candidates with five years of practice experience may qualify for admission without examination.) 


The current fellow is Adam Cowing.

Previous Ludwig Fellows:

Emilee Gaebler, 2018-2021
Victor Rodriguez, 2017-2018
Kim Vu-Dinh, 2016-2017
Jonathan Brown,  2015-2016
Manoj Viswanathan, 2013-2015
John Marshall, 2011-2013
Sameera Fazili, 2007-2009

 

 

Ways to Engage


Our Clinics

Yale Law School offers more than 30 clinics that provide students with hands on, practical experience in the law on a diverse range of subject matters.

Simulation

Yale Law School offers a suite of innovative simulation courses based on real-world case studies.

Centers and Workshops

Yale Law School enhances the intellectual life of its academic community by sponsoring a variety of centers, programs, and workshops, inspired by the interests of its faculty and students.

The clinics at YLS offer students incomparable experiences in representation of poor and marginalized individuals and communities, real-world engagement in complex fields of law, and the development of strategic judgment critical to effective lawyering.”


Professor Muneer Ahmad

Deputy Dean for Experiential Education