The Program in Law and Public Affairs annually invites outstanding faculty members, independent scholars, lawyers, and judges to apply for visiting, residential appointments for the academic year. Each year, through its fellows program, LAPA brings to Princeton world-class experts on the law. Successful candidates will devote an academic year in residence at Princeton engaging in their own research and in the intellectual life of the campus.
THE ARTHUR J. LIMAN PUBLIC INTEREST LAW FELLOWSHIP
The Arthur J. Liman Public Interest Law Fellowship enables Princeton students to spend eight to ten weeks in public interest law-related service. The internship may be client oriented, direct-service case work, either civil or criminal, such as enforcement work by government agencies or class action litigation by public interest law organizations, or cause-oriented advocacy, such as non profit organizations’ policy development and advocacy of legislative and regulatory reforms.