2019-2020 National Center on Philanthropy and the Law (NCPL) Fellowship in Nonprofit Law
- Job posted by National Center on Philanthropy and the Law
Details: The term of the Fellowship is one year. Fellows are funded annually at a salary of $60,000 plus benefits.
What is the NCPL Fellowship?
The NCPL Fellowship in Nonprofit Law permits one Fellow each year to spend a year in residence at a nonprofit organization. The 2019-2020 Fellow will work closely with senior staff and staff attorneys at Lawyers Alliance for New York (Lawyers Alliance) who have practice specialties that will expose the Fellow to a broad range of disciplines that address the legal needs of nonprofit organizations.
Given the varied nature of the legal work performed by Lawyers Alliance and the diverse group of nonprofit organizations it represents, the NCPL Fellow will experience the widest possible exposure to representing nonprofit organizations on interesting and complex legal projects. These legal challenges will enable the NCPL Fellow to develop relevant skills to the maximum extent.
Who can be an NCPL Fellow?
Each year, one Fellowship is awarded to a U.S. law school graduate. Fellows are selected for their scholarship, leadership, and commitment to practicing in the field of nonprofit law. Fellows will be selected without regard to the applicant’s race, color, religion, gender, political beliefs, national origin, disability, age, or sexual orientation.
Term and Salary
The term of the Fellowship is one year. Fellows are funded annually at a salary of $60,000 plus benefits.
Additional Information and a brochure can be found here https://ncpl.law.nyu.edu/ncpl-about-the-fellowship/.
Minimum Education Required
How To Apply
A completed application consists of the following items:
- Fellowship Application
- Official Law School Transcript
- Two Letters of Recommendation, sent directly from:
- Law School Professor, or
- Former or Current Employer
- At least one reference should be from a Law School Professor.