UC Davis Hosted Fellowships


A number of the UC Presidential Post-Bar Public Service Fellowships will place students at predetermined legal research centers and public law offices affiliated with the University of California, Davis. Fellowship candidates for UC Davis Hosted Fellowships will apply directly to the host center or office. The hosts will choose their Fellows through their own selection process. Each of these fellowships are for one year with a salary of at least $48,000.

The following institutions and law offices sought/hosted fellows:

  • UC Immigrant Legal Services Center (2018, 2019)
  • UC Davis Campus Counsel (2018, 2019, 2020, 2021)
  • UC Davis Health Systems (2018, 2019, 2020, 2021)
  • UC Davis Campus Compliance  (2018, 2019, 2020, 2021)
  • UC Davis Audit (2018, 2019, 2020, 2021)
  • UC Davis Labor Relations (2018, 2019, 2020, 2021)

INFORMATIONAL SESSION - UCOP Post-Bar Hosted Fellowships for 3Ls - Tuesday, January 18, 12-1

Please check your email, the Career News, or COWS for the zoom link information. 

How to Apply - A resume collection is now open for 2022

The deadline for all the fellowships is January 25 at 11:00 pm. If interested in all the fellowships, you will need to apply to each one separately.  The postings can be found in the OCI & Resume Collection section of Symplicity under resume collection: Spring 2022 (UCOP Fellowships Resume Collection):

University of California, Davis Office of Campus Counsel
Session: Spring 2022 (UCOP Fellowships Resume Collection)
Class Level: 3L
  • Position Description: Under the direction of the legal counsel, work on a wide variety of legal and organizational issues encountered in a public University. Research and prepare summaries of findings related to specific inquires by administrators or to legal issues as assigned by counsel. Assist in other areas under the purview of the Office of the Campus Counsel, such as coordinating responses to subpoenas or requests for records pursuant to the California Public Records Act and California Information Practices Act.
University of California, Davis Office of Compliance and Policy
Session: Spring 2022 (UCOP Fellowships Resume Collection)
Class Level: 3L
  • Position Description: Under the direction of the Director of Investigations and Chief Compliance Officer, work on a wide variety of compliance issues encountered in a public University. Investigate complex and sensitive student conduct and employment matters, including sexual harassment/sexual violence complaints, discrimination complaints, and whistleblower and whistleblower retaliation complaints. Draft responses to administrative complaints filed with the California Department of Fair Employment & Housing, the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Office of Civil Rights and other agencies. Research legal issues related to Title IX, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Clery Act, state and federal privacy laws, affirmative action, and other regulations that apply to higher education. Draft policies and other documents related to the previously referenced compliance areas. 
University of California, Davis Health System Legal Affairs Office
Session: Spring 2022 (UCOP Fellowships Resume Collection)
Class Level: 3L
  • Position Description: Under the direction of Health System Counsel, the Fellow will be performing legal research and writing on health care and business issues on behalf of the University of California Davis Health System. Research areas may include reimbursement and billing issues, managed care, fraud and abuse and other compliance issues related to hospitals and physicians. Perform review and analysis on research compliance issues, matters related to student conduct, as well as staff and faculty personnel matters.
University of California, Davis Internal Audit Services
Session: Spring 2022 (UCOP Fellowships Resume Collection)
Class Level: 3L
  • Position Description: Fellow is responsible for conducting or assisting in the completion of audits, investigations and advisory services projects in accordance with the Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing. Work performed by the Internal Audit Fellow will encompass evaluation of one or more of the following risk exposures: achievement of strategic objectives; reliability and integrity of financial and operational information; effectiveness and efficiency of operations and programs; safeguarding of assets; and, compliance with laws, regulations, policies, procedures and contracts. Specific duties will include assessing organizational and operational risks for assigned review areas, contributing to or designing and preparing audit programs, conducting fieldwork, preparing work papers, drafting reports, and following up on observations and recommendations. The Internal Audit Fellow may be assigned special projects by the Director, Associate Directors and/or Audit Manager on an ad hoc basis. These projects may involve research and analysis of policies, procedures, laws and regulations; conducting surveys and analyzing resulting responses; and other similar projects.  

Questions?  Contact careerservices@law.ucdavis.edu.