Bradley Law Student Fellowships are designed to encourage student research and scholarship in the field of constitutional law. Successful applicants must demonstrate outstanding potential to publish constitutional law scholarship.
Bradley Fellows receive advice and feedback on their scholarship from the Constitutional Law Center’s Executive Director and Faculty Director, and a stipend.
Bradley Fellows are expected to attend Constitutional Law Center events, to prepare an original piece of constitutional scholarship for publication, and to take at least two credits of independent study to focus on their project (optional for non-J.D. students). Bradley Fellows may use the fellowship to begin a new paper or refine a work in progress.
Applicants will be evaluated based on their record of academic and scholarly achievement and, especially, the quality of their proposed research topic.
Our application process for the academic year 2022-23 is closed. We will accept applications on a rolling basis at the beginning of the next academic year. We look forward to reviewing your application then.
For additional information, you may reach the Constitutional Law Center by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.