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2014 TLF Fellowship Application

For more information about application requirements and materials, click here. Please complete the form in its entirety. We’ll email you within 48 hours to confirm that we’ve received your application and your materails are present and complete. If you have technical difficulties or questions, email texaslawfellowships@gmail.com.

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2014 Fellowship Application Timeline

Looking for funding for your public interest summer internship? Mark your calendar: TLF will accept fellowship applications from March 4–21, 2014. You can learn more about our application and funding process by attending one of these info sessions: Tuesday, March 4, 12–1 p.m., in TNH 3.124 Wednesday, March 5, 4–5 p.m., in TNH 3.124

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Announcing our 2013 fellows!

Thanks to the generous support of the UT Law and Austin legal community, TLF will be able to fund all twenty-eight of our summer fellowship candidates this year! We’re pleased to announce the following recipients:

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2013 Application

Applications for Summer 2013 Texas Law Fellowships are now available! The deadline to apply is March 1, 2013, by 5 p.m. One-third of all available fellowships will be awarded based on merit, while two-thirds will be based on fundraising; the total number of fellowships will depend on the amount of money raised during the Spring [...]

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Congratulations to our Summer Fellows!

After a record-breaking fundraising season, TLF is proud to be able to provide 33 public-interest fellowships. 

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Congratulations to the Summer 2011 TLF and Hagans Fellows!

Congratulations to all the UT Law students who were awarded public service fellowships for the Summer of 2011.

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Congratulations to the Summer 2010 Hagans and TLF Fellows!

The following students and their sponsoring organizations will receive $4,000 Hagans and TLF fellowships for public interest work this summer.

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