The Claude Mood Scarborough Fellowship for Civic Leadership
Thanks to contributions from his friends and colleagues, the Center supports up to three $1,500 fellowships per year in honor of Claude Mood Scarborough. The purpose of the fellowships are to encourage lawyers and law students to develop initiatives for improving the administration of justice, civic access to law and legal information, and professionalism in the practice of law. In addition to the fellowship stipend, direct project funding is also available.
- J.D. or completion of the first year of law school in good academic standing (transcript required)
- Submission of an individual or team project proposal capable of implementation within one calendar year, including a time line, budget, and evidence of feasibility (2,500 word maximum)
- Evidence of an institutional partnership, such as a letter of reference from the representative of a bar association, court, government agency or other organization that can offer access and assistance in the implementation of the project. Organizations with an expressed interest in working with Scarborough Fellows include:
Application deadlines: February 15, May 15, October 15.
Contact: Elizabeth Chambliss (email@example.com)