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LL.M. Teaching Fellows Program

The LL.M. Teaching Fellows Program allows select, highly-qualified graduates of Fordham’s LL.M. program to teach a course at the Law School during one semester shortly after completion of his or her LL.M. studies.

This position will be awarded only to very distinguished graduates of the LL.M. program.  Successful candidates will have received outstanding grades during their LL.M. studies, have outstanding written and spoken English-language skills, and present a well-developed course proposal and draft syllabus that fits a curricular need at the Law School.

LL.M. Teaching Fellows are expected to teach a two-credit seminar and will receive a modest stipend.  Fellows will be able to make use of faculty support services to the extent such services are available to adjunct professors.

Qualified applicants may apply for the LL.M. Teaching Fellows position by submitting (1) a resume or curriculum vitae; (2) a Fordham Law School transcript (unofficial is sufficient); (3) the names of at least two members of the Law School’s full-time faculty who can speak to the student’s abilities and teaching potential; and (4) a detailed course proposal and syllabus.  Application materials may be sent to Dean Fine at  Applications for the fall semester are due by February 1.  Applications for the spring semester are due by September 15.