UPDATE: DEADLINE EXTENDED TO FEBRUARY 15.
Just a reminder that the application deadline for the AUL Legal Fellowship Program is February 1.
About the AUL Legal Fellowship Program
The AUL Summer Fellowship Program combines top flight legal work with public interest commitment. Each fellow will be mentored by an AUL attorney who will regularly meet with the fellow to answer questions, give feedback on work performance, and help further augment the value of their experience. The fellowship program will:
- Introduce fellows to pro-life leaders, both within AUL and other organizations in the pro-life movement
- Educate fellows on how to best have an impact at this point in our history
- Give the fellows a solid foundation of legal experience to build on
- Employ their talents to advance AUL’s lifesaving work
The Fellowship includes an orientation briefing fellows on AUL’s mission and vision, as well as the evolution of the pro-life movement’s strategy. Fellows will then participate in the following:
- AUL Summer Institute: a week-long gathering that includes training sessions on pro-life issues, and public-interest, pro-life lawyering (amicus drafting, legislative drafting, etc.)
- Social Events: occasions to take advantage of summer in Chicago, including trips to baseball games, dinners, and social hours in keeping with AUL’s appreciation for fellowship outside of the office
2008 Fellowship Application Information
Who: Top law students with a commitment to protecting human life
When: 8 weeks during 1L or 2L summer — split summers accepted
Where: AUL’s main office in Chicago
To Apply: Send a cover letter, resume, writing sample and three references from faculty and/or lawyers by email to: Fellows@AUL.org
or by mail to:
Americans United for Life
310 S. Peoria St.
Chicago, IL 60607
All applications must be received by February 15
“The AUL Fellowship represents a great opportunity to learn and serve with a top-notch public-interest law firm. AUL’s reputation is unmatched for high quality legal work aimed at making every child welcome in life and protected in law.”
— Mary Ann Glendon, Learned Hand Professor of Law, Harvard University