Note: Fellowship forms offered on this page for download are offered in PDF format.
Please follow the instructions on the applications to submit. If you have questions regarding either of these positions, please contact Professor Dana Harrington Conner, director of the Delaware Civil Clinic at [email protected]. Deadline for application is March 21, 2023.
Available to a rising first or second year law student who demonstrates outstanding academic achievement, a commitment to stopping domestic violence, and an interest in pro bonoservice. Selection is based on a commitment to service and public advocacy. The Fellowship is available to a Delaware law student rising into the second or third year of law school. It is anticipated that the student will devote approximately 10 hours each week during both the fall and the spring semesters to research, advocacy, and outreach in the area of domestic violence.
The student coordinator position is available to a Delaware law student rising into the second or third year of law school. It is anticipated that the student coordinator will devote approximately 10 hours each week during both the fall and spring semesters. The student coordinator will recruit, train, and manage student volunteers who will interact directly with members of the community, educating them about the legal rights of domestic violence survivors. The faculty coordinator will contact applicants for an in-person interview.
Through the generosity of John F. Schmutz, Esquire, member of the Law School Board of Overseers and former General Counsel of the DuPont Company, and his wife Eileen, the Institute of Corporate and Business Law is pleased to be able to offer the John F. Schmutz Corporate and Business Law Institute Fellowship Award to a student who is a member of the board or staff of the Delaware Journal of Corporate Law.
The Award carries with it a stipend, as well as the opportunity to participate in significant Institute activities, as described more fully below.
The recipient of the Award will be expected to:
(a) attend and assist with major Institute functions such as the Pileggi lecture
(b) assist with the development and publication (print and online) of a newsletter about Institute activities and current issues; and
(c) assist with occasional research assistance for Institute faculty, as approved by the Institute Director.
Instructions for application will be provided by Professor Bruce Grohsgal, the Institute Director, in the spring.
The Josiah Oliver Wolcott Fellowship is the only fellowship program in American legal education that offers students an opportunity to serve as a clerk for a justice of the Delaware Supreme Court or the Delaware Court of Chancery. Awarded to only five students each year, this prestigious fellowship also provides academic credit and a scholarship grant.