The Oregon Law 1L Fellowship Program provides a unique opportunity for a small group of entering first-year law students to work with a professor or program director to assist with tasks such as project development, coordinating lectures and events, and performing research.
As a 1L Fellow, you gain in-depth exposure in your fellowship area, and have a role in impacting real-world problems. You also gain mentorship as you work closely with professors or program directors.
1L Fellowships take place during both semesters of a fellow’s 1L year and come with a modest tuition stipend. Fellowship opportunities in the 2L and 3L years are also available.
The priority application deadline for all 1L fellowships is March 1. To learn more about individual fellowships and application requirements, explore the links below:
2L & 3L Fellowships
- Environmental & Natural Resources Law
- Hans Linde Fellowship