Fellowships

Law and Social Science - Dissertation and Mentoring Fellowship

The LSA/ABF Law and Social Science Dissertation and Mentoring Fellowship (LSS Fellowship) is a collaborative effort of the Law and Society Association and the American Bar Foundation with funding from the Law and Social Science Program of the National Science Foundation. The fellowship is designed for third and fourth year graduate students who specialize in the field of law and social science and whose research interests include law and inequality.

Fellowships are held in residence at the American Bar Foundation in Chicago, IL, where Fellows participate in the intellectual life of the ABF, including participation in a weekly seminar series. In addition, Fellows are partnered with an LSA mentor-at-large and a mentor at the ABF to work closely with the Fellow and his or her advisors at the home institution. Attendance at the Law and Society Association Meetings and the Graduate Student Workshop during the fellowship also are provided as part of the fellowship. Get more information

Current and past Fellows:

2014-2016 Fellows

2013-2015 Fellows

2012-2014 Fellows

2011-2013 Fellows

2010-2012 Fellows