Columbia Law School and the Center For Reproductive Rights (the Center) have announced a new fellowship for law school graduates pursuing legal academic careers in reproductive health and human rights. “This collaborative effort between the Center and Columbia offers a unique opportunity to law school graduates,” said Carol Sanger, the Barbara Aronstein Black Professor of Law at Columbia Law School. “The Fellowship provides a blend of academic and scholarly activity, grounded in the real world of reproductive health law and politics.”
Sanger and Henry Paul Monaghan, the Harlan Fiske Stone Professor of Constitutional Law at Columbia Law School, sit on the selection committee for the Fellowship. The CRR-Columbia Fellow will be affiliated with both Columbia Law School and the Center and will participate in the intellectual life of both programs. The Fellow will be a member of the Law School’s community of graduate fellows, engage with the Center’s legal and policy projects, and have work space at both locations.
The fellowship will in July 2008 and last up to two full years. The full-time residential fellowship is open to all applicants who have earned a juris doctorate.