Fellowships

Photo of David Fisher
David Fisher ’15, the Energy Center’s inaugural fellow

The Energy Center periodically awards working fellowships to current or rising 2Ls or 3Ls who have shown outstanding potential and a commitment to practicing in one of its three core subject areas.  Fellows receive $2,500 per semester and are expected to  participate in Energy Center activities for an average of 10 hours per week and a total of about 150 hours each semester.  The nature of the activities will be determined according to the Center’s needs and the fellows’ schedules and interests but will likely include research, program planning, and attending functions such as conferences and advisory board meetings.  The Energy Center will generally award fellowships at the end of each academic  year.  Applications should be sent to Mauricio Pajon.