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2019 Liman Fellows

The Liman Summer Fellowship offers students an opportunity to work at public interest organizations in the United States. Individuals who are selected to receive Summer Fellowships are required to intern for 8 - 10 weeks during the summer, submit final reports about their summer experiences, and participate in the annual Liman Center Colloquium held every spring at Yale Law School.

Introducing Our 2019 Liman Fellows

Serena Hughley c-2020Serena A. Hughley, C'2020
International Studies and Spanish Major; Creative Writing Minor

Makaila Jackson c-2020Makaila T.  Jackson, C'2020   
Health Science Major

Marlina D SimmonsMarlina Simmons, C'2020
Political Science Major

OUS Liman FellowsOur 2019 fellows attended the 22nd Annual Liman Center Colloquium entitled, "Inside/Out: Poverty, the Courts, and the Academy" March 28-29. Past colloquium topics have included "Who Pays? Fines, Fees, Bail, and the Cost of Courts" and "Moving Criminal Justice, and Navigating Boundaries: Immigration and Criminal Law." The twentieth anniversary Colloquium, held in 2017, was "Liman at 20: Public Interest(s)." Through their involvement with the Liman Center, Summer Fellows become part of a large network of public interest advocates and scholars.

Fellowships are offered to students at Barnard, Brown, Bryn Mawr, Harvard, Princeton (undergraduate and graduate), Spelman, Stanford, and Yale.

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Office of Undergraduate Studies
350 Spelman Lane SW, Box 1349
Atlanta, GA 30314
404-270-5698 (fax)

PFS Forms

Cover Sheet & Checklist (PDF)
Faculty Mentor Form (PDF)


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