The Initiative for a Representative First Amendment (IfRFA) is current accepting applications for fellowships to work on free expression issues at a law school clinic in summer 2020.
First- and second-year law school students who self-identify as a person from a background underrepresented in First Amendment law are eligible for the program, which also includes a seminar that will reflect on students’ experiences. IfRFA, based at the Harvard Cyberlaw Clinic and directed by Kendra Albert, aims to provide career opportunities and financial support to students from these underrepresented backgrounds.
Applications are due Jan. 10, with fellowship decisions made in February. IfRFA will help place fellows with First Amendment or free expression clinics once they are selected.
More information about the program and the application requirements are available at: www.ifrfa.org.
IfRFA is funded by the Legal Clinics Fund.
Screenshot via the IfRFA website