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The Singer Connecticut Public Service Fellowship Program

The Organization

The Singer Connecticut Public Service Fellowship Program was established for the purpose of offering opportunities to recent law school graduates to gain practical experience working for Connecticut civil legal aid providers.

The Position

Candidates are sought from a broad spectrum of backgrounds who reflect the diversity of residents of Connecticut’s cities, towns and rural communities served by the state’s legal aid providers. The work of the legal aid providers encompass a wide range of legal issues, including but not limited to family, domestic violence, landlord-tenant, housing, education, employment, immigration, government benefits, healthcare, and elder law.

The aspirational goal of the Singer Connecticut Public Service Fellowship Program is to retain Fellows to practice public interest law in Connecticut upon completion of the Fellowship.

Singer Connecticut Public Service Fellowship Program Applicants Must:

  • be a recent graduate or a law student in his or her graduating year from an accredited law school prior to commencement of the Fellowship;
  • have submitted a completed Fellowship Application;
  • have satisfactorily completed an interview with the Selection Committee;
  • be admitted to the Bar of the State of Connecticut prior to or during the term of the Fellowship

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