Fellowships are limited-term positions in public interest organizations, ranging in time from a few months to two years. They are prestigious entry points that often lead to future employment. NYU School of Law offers a number of fellowships and funding opportunities in a wide range of fields for students who are interested in pursuing a public interest career after graduation. The Public Interest Law Center can help guide you through the fellowship application process. Make an appointment with a PILC counselor today to discuss fellowship opportunities. 

> Learn about the newly launched Moelis Urban Law and Public Affairs Fellowship. Moelis fellows will have a wide range of opportunities to learn about urban law and public affairs. Fellows will develop the skills necessary to succeed in this exciting area, including experiential learning through internships; relevant course work; mentorship; and programming, and Moelis Fellows will receive special funding.

> Check out Post-Graduate Fellowships for 3Ls

> Check out Post-Graduate Fellowships for LLMs

> Review PILC's Fellowship Handbooks: JDs / LLMs