Peggy Browning Fund Summer 2013 Fellowships – Open to 1L and 2L Students

The mission of the Peggy Browning Fund (PBF) is to educate law students about the rights and needs of workers. Since its first Summer Fellowship Program in 1998, the prestige of a Peggy Browning Fellowship has become widely recognized. Students have been consistently enthusiastic about the invaluable experience they gained. Many law firms, labor unions, and nonprofit organizations serving workers have reported that, because of the program’s reputation and their experience with our Fellows, they consider a Peggy Browning Fellowship as an especially important credential.

During 2013, they expect to offer between 60 and 70 funded ten-week Summer Fellowships. In addition, they will once again offer a funded part-time School-Year Fellowship (at the Chicago Newspaper Guild). Students interested in applying should visit the website for more information (including application materials required and a list of FAQs). Students must apply online by January 18, 2013 to receive consideration.