Current Students

The Arthur Garfield Hays Civil Liberties Program, founded in 1958, awards fellowships to a small group of third-year students committed to civil liberties.

Information about other fellowships for current students can be found in the Records and Registration section.

Post-Graduates

Academic fellowships—including the Berkowitz Fellowship, the Furman Academic Fellowship Program, the Gruss Scholar-in-Residence program, the Law and Economics Fellowship program, the Open Society Presidential Fellowship, and the Samuel I. Golieb Fellowship in Legal Historyoffer post-graduates pursuing careers in academia the chance to work on their scholarship and be active members of the NYU Law community.

Information about other post-graduate public interest fellowships can be found in the Public Interest Law Center section.

 

Scholarships

For Current 1L Students

1Ls with a passion for a particular field of study can seek additional opportunities in the form of scholarships and fellowships:

For Current 2L Students

Looking toward their third year, 2Ls should consider taking advantage of these NYU Law programs: