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Name Bernstein Fellowship
Type Funding opportunities
Organising institution
Human Rights Watch, United States of America
Yale Law School, United States of America
Frequency Annual
Level postgraduate
Objectives The Bernstein Fellowships established in honor of Robert S. Bernstein, founding chair of Human Rights Watch, provide financial support to allow two Yale Law School graduates to pursue full-time international human rights work for one year. (Please note that the Bernstein Fellowships are administered through Yale Law School. Applications for the Bernstein Fellowships should not be sent to Human Rights Watch.)
Area of expertise human rights
Target group Postgraduate students
Language English
Country United States of America
Application procedure Application must be received at the Schell Center to be considered for a fellowship beginning in the fall of the same year.
Admission requirements Only graduating students or recent graduates (within the last five years) of Yale Law School are eligible for the Bernstein Fellowships.
Scholarship Provides a stipend of approximately 55000 USD for one year, beginning in the fall.
Homepage law.yale.edu/schell/fellowships/post-graduate-fellowships/bernstein-fellowships

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