Stanford Constitutional Law Center Academic Fellowship

If you’re interested in becoming a law professor, you should consider applying for the two-year Stanford Constitutional Law Center Academic Fellowship. The Stanford Constitutional Law Center is directed by Professor (and former Circuit Judge) Michael McConnell, who is one of the top constitutional scholars in the country; and while the Center fellowship is new, but it promises to become one of the top such programs in the country. My new UCLA colleague Samuel Bray was involved with the center until he came to us — not as an Academic Fellow as such, but in a related way — and my sense is that his participation with it helped him tremendously. For more details, see this page; applications are due September 1.