Each year CCF selects several students to serve as Fellows in the Center. Through coursework, clinical experiences, externships, colloquia, and other special programs, Fellows gain a deep understanding of the legal issues that affect children. CCF offers each Fellow a generous and renewable partial fellowship that offsets tuition for the J.D. program. Fellows must remain in good standing, must meet the requirements for a Certificate in Child and Family Law, and must attend all colloquia and distinguished speaker events, as well as participate in at least one CCF-sponsored community service event each semester. A select few incoming 1L students are selected for the Fellowship, but most Fellows are chosen as upper-division students. Incoming 1L students are chosen on the basis of academic achievement and dedication to and/or experience in child or family-related law. Law school performance is an added criteria for selection of upper-division Fellows.
To apply for a Fellowship with the Center for Children and Families, please fill out the Supplemental Fellowship Application and submit it to the Office of Admissions.
21st Annual Gail P. Sonnenberg Moot Court Competition
October 22, 2016 8:00am-5:00pm
Information session: Mastery Curriculum & Normalization
October 24, 2016 12:30pm-1:30pm
Air Force JAG Corps Information Session
October 27, 2016 12:00pm-1:00pm