This is a little dated. (I got this in mid-January.) But deadlines are March 1, so still time to apply.
Pace University’s Elisabeth Haub School of Law is pleased to announce that it will hire several environmental law graduate fellows for the 2017-18 academic year. Fellows earn an LLM in Environmental Law while working part time within the Haub Environmental Law Program or one of its centers. Fellows receive a full tuition waiver as well as a modest stipend to help cover living costs. Fellowships begin this summer and run a full calendar year. Applications are due by March 1, 2017.
The Environmental Law Graduate Fellow works with environmental faculty and staff undertaking research, including the bench brief for the National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition, developing and implementing new projects, and other duties as assigned.
The Global Environmental Law Graduate Fellow works with faculty and staff of the Global Center for Environmental Legal Studies on various research, project development, and event planning in connection with our partnerships with the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and other international organizations.
The Energy and Climate Law Graduate/EASE Fellow works with faculty and staff of the Pace Energy and Climate Center and Earthjustice on equitable access to renewable energy and other research.
The Land Use Law Graduate Fellow works with faculty and staff of the Land Use Law Center on a wide range of issues related to land use and sustainable development law.
The Food and Agriculture Law Graduate Fellow works with faculty and staff of the Food and Beverage Law Clinic and the Pace-NRDC Food Law Initiative on various research, program development and communication initiatives.
You can learn about current and former environmental law graduate fellows here.
How to apply:
Further details on each position, and information on how to apply for these fellowships can be found in the attached position descriptions and online at
Note that applicants must apply concurrently to the Environmental LLM program at the Elisabeth Haub School of Law, and be accepted into the program, before being considered for a fellowship.