To encourage interest in local government internships and careers, the Board of Governors of the Local Government Law Section of the Virginia State Bar (VSB) will award a $4,000 fellowship to a law student who interns with a Virginia county, city, or town attorney’s office this summer.
The fellowship will be awarded either in its entirety to one outstanding first- or second-year law student who has committed to working full-time for a minimum of 10 weeks at a Virginia local government attorney’s office during the summer of 2016, or divided between two students working full-time for a minimum of 5 weeks each. The fellowship is open to students from in- and out-of-state law schools.
To apply, complete the application form and submit with a personal statement of interest, resume and transcript by email in .pdf, .doc, or .rtf format no later than April 1, 2016 at 5:00 p.m.
To access the application form and Fellowship Fact Sheet, go to the VSB Local Government Section website and click on “VSB Local Government Fellowship” hyperlink in the center of the page.
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