Harvard Law School Announces Academic Fellowship in Labor Law
Harvard Law School’s Labor and Worklife Program is very pleased to announce the creation of a new academic fellowship to support the development of labor law scholars. The Wertheim Fund Labor Law Academic Fellow will receive approximately $50,000 per year to spend two years at HLS with the goal of entering the law teaching market and eventually joining the faculty of an American law school. The fellow’s current and planned scholarly focus must be labor law. A full description of the fellowship is here, and applications for AY 2019-20 are due by December 15. Spread the word!