University of Pittsburgh

David and Carl Janavitz Fellowship in First Amendment Law

Publish Date/Time: 
February 14, 2013

First Amendment Law has a long history of importance to the academic legal community as well as all citizens of this country. Given the legal and policy concerns and possibilities created by applying First Amendment Law to traditional areas as well as new technologies such as the Internet, it remains essential today to demonstrate how scholarly legal writing, research, and legal work generally can awaken and inform public awareness of the profound issues at stake.

This fellowship was created to provide funding for one J.D. student with a special interest in and demonstrated talent for analysis of legal and public policy issues concerning First Amendment Law. The fellowship appointment will be for one year with an award of $10,000. The selection of the fellow will be made by a committee after reviewing the application along with the required supporting documents. All incoming first-year, rising second- and third-year students are eligible to apply. The deadline for the David and Carl Janavitz Fellowship application is March 1st.  
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