Dan Bradley Fellowship

Sponsoring Organization:

The Legal Aid Association of California (LAAC)

Each year, LAAC offers the Dan Bradley Fellowship to fund law students who want to spend their summer working at a LAAC member legal aid organization. The Fellowship is awarded to outstanding students who want to pursue a career in public interest law and who want to spend their summer working in a rural area or on a rural issue.

Application Deadline:
April 17

Some application deadlines have not yet been announced. In those cases, the dates posted are based on the scholarship provider’s most recent information. Please confirm each deadline via the provider’s website.

Eligibility Requirements:

Law students who will spend the summer interning at a LAAC member organization

AND who plan to work either at a rural program or on a rural issue

AND who have not secured more than $2,500 of other funding for their summer work

Applicants must also have a strong interest in a career in public interest law, working to defend and expand the legal rights of people who live in poverty

Students of color and students from low-income or working-class backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply