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William Wayne Justice Center for Public Interest Law

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George M. Fleming Public Interest Summer Fellowships

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Maka Hutson, '11, 2009 Fleming Summer Fellow

(check back for information on availability for summer 2010)

The George M. Fleming Public Interest Summer Fellowship Program provides funding for students to work on issues related to health law, health care access, and health care benefits. In the summer of 2009, the program will provide one or two $5000 stipends; the fellows will be required to work a minimum of 400 hours. A sponsoring organization must be a non-profit organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code or an organization located outside the U.S. that has nonprofit, tax-exempt status within the country in which it is located. The sponsoring organization need not work exclusively in the health law area.

This program is generously supported by George M. Fleming, '71.

Summer 2009 is closed. For sample information, see:

Program Description and Application Information (pdf)

For more information, contact justicecenter@law.utexas.edu.

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2009 Summer Fellow:

  • Justice Center announces George M. Fleming Public Interest Summer Fellowship
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