Our 2022/23 Fellow recruitment round is now open.
Now in its ninth cohort, this Fellowship round has positions with 20 hosts from all four nations of the UK who focus on different areas of social justice law. This year features hosts from Dundee to Bristol, and includes national organisations like Release, Coram Children’s Legal Centre and Asylum Aid.
The Legal Education Foundation’s aim is that the Fellowship is a route to a long and rewarding career using law as a tool for social justice, with Fellows going on to become leaders in their field and important advocates for access to justice and the rule of law.
Rather than simply being a training contract, the Fellowship is made up of three integrated parts:
In this round we are excited to be supported by the following partners: AB Charitable Trust, BBC Children in Need, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP, and Trust for London.
Applications for this year’s Fellow recruitment close on 6 January 2023. Appointed Fellows will begin their placements in April 2023.
To find out more about all our 2022 Hosts, please see our New Fellowship Opportunities page.
To learn more about our Fellowship scheme and the eligibility criteria to apply, see our Become a Fellow page. You can also get more of a sense of the Fellowship through watching this short film from our recent JFF residential.
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