Two firms selected to host ADC Summer Law Student Fellows
Sept. 25, 2014 — The Anti-Discrimination Center has selected two law firms in New York City to host Summer Law Student Fellows this coming summer. The fellowships are open to Columbia Law School students currently in their second year. These fellowships involve 10 weeks of full-time work and will pay the student a stipend of $9,000.
Those selected to host are Pedowitz & Meister, a five-attorney firm with a strong focus on plaintiff-side employment discrimination work, and Vladeck, Waldman, Elias & Engelhard, an 11-attorney firm providing comprehensive employment law services.
Columbia Law School will be holding an information session for interested students on October 7th at noon. Students will thereafter apply directly to the firms.