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Clifford Chance Launches Fellowship for 1Ls
Clifford Chance announced today a joint effort with the Georgetown University Law Center to establish the Clifford Chance International Public Interest Summer Fellowship Program.
The Clifford Chance Fellowships will provide 15 first-year Georgetown Law students from socioeconomically disadvantaged backgrounds with the opportunity to intern with international non-governmental and governmental organizations in the District of Columbia.
The fellows will be selected from a highly competitive applicant pool by an advisory committee, comprised of two representatives from Clifford Chance, as well as Georgetown University faculty and Georgetown Law Center administrators.
Clifford Chance’s previous projects include the AnBryce Program at the New York University School of Law, and an annual faculty research and lecture series at Columbia University Law School on the topic of diversity within the legal community.Clifford Chance Launches Fellowship for 1Ls by Erik Even
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