The Olin-Searle-Smith-Darling Fellows in Law program will offer top young legal thinkers the opportunity to spend one to two years working full time on writing and developing their scholarship with the goal of entering the legal academy.
A distinguished group of academics select the Fellows, who must be dedicated to teaching and scholarship, possess a J.D. and extremely strong academic qualifications, have the promise of a distinguished career as a legal scholar and teacher, and be committed to the rule of law and intellectual diversity in the legal academy.
Stipends include $70,000 plus health benefits. The Fellowship is housed at a top law school, selected in consultation with the Selection Committee, the Fellow, and the law school.
To find out more about application requirements and to apply today, see the Federalist Society Faculty Division's opportunities page here.