Douglas Arant Public Interest Fellowship

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Bradley' commitment to pro bono legal work is one of our most deeply cherished values. The Douglas Arant Public Interest Fellowship, named after a founding partner who helped imbue the firm' dedication to community service, offers Bradley summer associates the opportunity to work with public service organizations of their choice, subject to the approval of the firm' Pro Bono Committee. Some of the worthy organizations that have been approved as partners in our fellowship program include the Southern Poverty Law Center, Equal Justice Initiative of Alabama (death penalty representation), and Legal Services of Alabama.
Fellowship recipients work a minimum of six weeks at a Bradley office and at least four weeks for their chosen organizations while still being compensated by the firm. The number of fellowships granted each year is limited and priority is given to second-year law students. Any student interested in applying for the fellowship should submit an online summer associate application and include a completed, PDF version of this document in the “Attachments" section.
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November 1, 2021 - January 17, 2022
March 15, 2021

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