Fellowships for Aspiring Law Professors

 

Planning a career in legal academia? The TaxProf Blog has a long listing of funding opportunities for aspiring law professors, listed by university:
For practitioners and others contemplating joining the law professor ranks, many law schools offer wonderful opportunities to transition into the legal academy with one- or two-year fellowships which allow you to enter the AALS Faculty Recruitment Conference (the “meat market”) with published scholarship (and in many cases teaching experience) under your belt. Here are the schools with public information about their VAP programs:
Alabama:  Hugo Black Fellowship Program (for Supreme Court clerks)
Arizona State:  Visiting Assistant Professor Program
Boston University:
General VAP Program
Health Law Visiting Assistant Professor Program
Brooklyn:  Visiting Assistant Professor Program
California Western:  Legal Scholars Teaching Fellowship Program
Chicago:
Harry A. Bigelow Teaching Fellowships
Fellowship in Law and Philosophy
John M. Olin Fellows in Law
Chicago-Kent: Visiting Assistant Professor Program and IP Fellowship Program
Columbia:
Academic Fellows Program
Associates in Law Program (J.S.D., LL.M., and Non-degree)
Center for Reproductive Rights Fellowship
James Milligan Law Review Fellowships (for Columbia Law Review alumni)
Kernochan Center for Law, Media and the Arts
Read the whole thing herePlanning a career in legal academia? The TaxProf Blog has a long listing of funding opportunities for aspiring law professors, listed by university:

For practitioners and others contemplating joining the law professor ranks, many law schools offer wonderful opportunities to transition into the legal academy with one- or two-year fellowships which allow you to enter the AALS Faculty Recruitment Conference (the “meat market”) with published scholarship (and in many cases teaching experience) under your belt. Here are the schools with public information about their VAP programs:

Read the whole thing here. 

 

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