Explore law in one of the most influential cities in the world
Washington D.C., the capital of the United States, takes pride in its cultural, governmental, and economic history. Designed by Pierre Charles L’Enfant, Washington D.C.'s architecture beautifully displays elements of baroque, conservative, and modern styles. Washington D.C. is home to the Supreme Court and is the headquarters of a multitude of prestigious law firms.
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Summer 2020: 4-week sessions
Session 1: May 24 - Jun 20
Session 2: Jun 21 - Jul 18
Session 3: July 19 - Aug 15
Summer 2020: 8-week sessions
Session 1: May 24 - Jul 18
Session 2: Jun 21 - Aug 15
Winter 2019/2020: 1-week sessions
Session 1: Dec 7 - 16
Session 2: Dec 14 - 23
Session 3: Jan 4 - 13
Session 4: Jan 11 - 20
Note: Site-date combinations may become unavailable as Fellowships fill, so we encourage you to apply early! Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for details on current program capacities.
Winter 2019 | 1-week: $2,450 ($900 enrollment fee + $1,550 program fee)
Fellows will receive a $100 discount for paying total fee in full upon acceptance.
Summer 2020 | 4-week: $5,950 ($900 enrollment fee + $5,050 program fee)
Fellows will receive a $200 discount for paying total fee in full upon acceptance.
Summer 2020 | 8-week: $9,950 ($900 enrollment fee + $9,050 program fee)
Fellows will receive a $400 discount for paying total fee in full upon acceptance.
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More about Washington, D.C.
A walk through DC is a walk through history. The streets and neighborhoods are lined with elegant, white marble monuments, reverential memorials, historical government buildings, and vast museums. The Jefferson Memorial sits by the tidal basin of the Potomac River, lined with the famous cherry blossoms that bloom each spring. The towering Washington Monument sits at the center of the mall as a pivot point looking out toward the Lincoln Memorial, Smithsonian museums, White House, and Capitol building.
The Potomac and Anacostia rivers outline the city. Music events, unique dining experiences, and water activities outline the beautiful coasts of these rivers.
Go to D.C.'s perimeter and you will find historic neighborhoods filled with small museums, old streets, local shops, and charming restaurants.
Step just outside of D.C. and discover the Great Falls, Mount Vernon, Monticello, and the Shenandoah mountains. Virginia and Maryland - the states surrounding D.C. - welcome you to explore their international cultures, amazing mountains and hiking trails, and quaint small towns.
Overflowing with things to do, D.C. never disappoints or leaves one wanting more. The city's people boast in their exciting, fast-paced, and accomplished work--whether it be in business, trading, or politics. They gather to display their convictions, and they welcome you to join the nation's seat of history and impactful work.