UCLA School of Law's Critical Race Studies Program ("CRS") offers a Fellowship to support the research and professional development of a candidate pursuing a career in law teaching. A CRS Fellowship candidate should possess (or expect to possess by June 30, 2017) a JD, LLM, or equivalent legal training; a strong academic record; excellent analytical and writing skills; and demonstrated interest and background in Critical Race Theory. For the 2017-18 Fellowship, we now welcome applications from graduates of any law school, though UCLA CRS graduates remain strongly encouraged to apply.
CRS Fellowship Application Process
Previous Critical Race Studies Fellows