Other Fellowship and Scholarship Opportunities


Posted: February 28, 2014


Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Asian Law Caucus encourages law students to pursue funded opportunities for fellowships at host organizations serving underserved communities. Below is a selected list of fellowship programs. Please note: Deadlines and compensation vary by organization.

American Bar Association: John J. Curtin, Jr. Fellowship Program

Berkeley Law Foundation: BLF Post-Graduate Fellowship

Employee Rights Advocacy:

Paul H. Tobias Attorney Fellowship Program

Employee Rights Advocacy Fellowship Program

Equal Justice Works: AmeriCorpsJD

Immigrant Justice Corps: Justice Fellowship

National Asian American Bar Association:

McGuireWoods/NLF Internship

NAPABA Law Foundation Partners and In-House Counsel Community Law Fellow

National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild:

Michael Maggio Immigrant Rights Summer Fellowship

Robert M. Takasugi Public Interest Fellowship

South Asian Bar Association:

Pro Bono Fellowship

Public Interest Fellowship

The Nation Institute: Robert Masur Fellowship in Civil Liberties


At Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Asian Law Caucus, we understand that financing a legal education can be difficult. In addition to seeking financial aid from their respective institutions, we encourage law students to apply for scholarships hosted by various organizations. Below is a selected list of scholarships. Please note: Scholarship criteria and deadlines vary by organization.

Asian American Bar Association: Foundation Scholarships

Filipino Bar Association of Northern California: FBANC Legal Scholarship

Other Resources for Fellowships and Scholarships

The following websites often update their listings of fellowships and scholarships available to law students or recent law school graduates.

Asian American Bar Association

National Asian American Bar Association

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