Chinese Law Prof Blog

Editor: Donald C. Clarke
George Washington University Law School

Thursday, January 21, 2016

2016 PILNet fellowship available for applicants from mainland China (and other places, of course)

Seth Gurgel at PILNet just circulated this email to the Chinalaw list. I'm attaching the materials he refers to here (Call for Applications) and here (Chinese version).

Attached, please find information regarding the 2016 PILnet Fellowship Program—a unique program at Columbia University School of Law specifically designed for international public interest advocates. PILnet: The Global Network of Public Interest Law, is an international nonprofit organization that works to advance public interest law around the world by supporting organizations, programs and individuals involved in delivering justice and protecting human rights. One key aspect of our programming is the PILnet Fellowship Program, now in its 19th year, which targets future leaders in various fields of public interest advocacy.
PILnet is now accepting applications for the 2016-2017 PILnet Fellowship from candidates in mainland China, in addition to other developing countries. This Fellowship will cover eight months of study and practical experience in New York, during which time Fellows will develop a project designed to further the rule of law in their home countries. The Fellowship begins with a semester of study at Columbia University School of Law and a series of professional development trainings. In the spring, the PILnet Fellows will participate in study visits to various cities in the U.S. and Europe, as well as two-month internships at New York-based public interest law organizations. Fellows return to their home countries after the Fellowship with the aim of implementing the rule of law project they developed during the Fellowship.
For more details, please refer to the announcement and application form attached. If you have any questions, feel free to get in touch through the contact listed.

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