International Law Summer Fellowship Grants
Since 2001 the Law School's International Programs Committee has offered summer fellowship grants to J.D. students who obtain non-paying or low-paying summer positions related to international law. Several stipends, usually in amounts of up to $3,000, are typically available.
Awards are made only to students who have confirmed job offers. Students must find their own positions. Preference is given to students who work abroad over those who work in the U.S. There will also be a strong preference for those who find international positions working for not-for-profit or government organizations, but other forms of opportunities providing international experience will also be considered.
The International Law Resources list on the Careers in International Law page is a good source of information for summer opportunities.
The 2018 application is available here.
A list of sites where students have obtained positions in prior years is available here.