Consistent with our Learn Law. Live Justice. mission, CSU C|M|LAW supports students who are interested in careers in public service/interest. The reality is that it can sometimes be challenging for students to find paid opportunities to obtain practical experience in these areas, particularly during the summer months. Most public service and public interest opportunities are unpaid, which can be challenging for students who are trying to finance their legal education, support families and partners, and navigate the complex world of student debt.
A fellowship, whether during the summer or the post-graduate time frame (between the bar exam and results) can help students and graduates to launch a legal career in public service/interest by providing financial support for an unpaid position. Students who receive fellowships provide legal services that improve the community by working unpaid at non-profit and government organizations, while building skills and making connections that open doors to an entire career path.
Through the generous giving of many alumni and friends of CSU C|M|LAW, we are privileged to provide Fellowship Opportunities.
The following is a list of established, endowed Fellowships offered to our outstanding students. Please click the corresponding buttons below to read more about each fellowship and to make a donation.
If you are interested in establishing an endowed fellowship fund, please contact Ashley M. Presutto at firstname.lastname@example.org or (216) 687-2286.