ELQ - Fellowships & Awards
     
 
Fellowships

ELQ has a longstanding tradition of supporting students who plan to spend their summer working in public-interest environmental law. Our Fellowships are funded through the generosity of donors and with moneys raised by ELQ's annual Race Judicata and Spring Pledge DrivePlease help us to continue our support of public-interest environmental law!  For information on making a donation to the ELQ Fellowships, please click hereThank you!!

For general information about all ELQ fellowships, please <click here>.

To Apply: Please check specific application criteria for each Fellowship by following the links above. Note that if you are only applying for the ELQ fellowships, you do not need to complete the Community Service section of the CDO application.

Do you have questions? View the CDO guidelines at: http://www.law.berkeley.edu/students/career_services/forstudents/pw/pips/boalt_summ_fellowships.html

Writing Awards

In furtherance of our Mission, ELQ proudly sponsors three annual writing awards for original student work.  The Ellis J. Harmon Prize ($2,000) is awarded for the most accomplished research paper in environmental law and policy. The Alvin & Sadie Landis Prizes ($500 each) are awarded for the most accomplished research papers in water law and government law.

Rules & Submission Details: Please check specific criteria for each Award by following the links above.

 

Last Updated: 4 April, 2007 .  All material Copyright 1971-2004 The Regents of the University of California