Peggy Browning Fellowship Program

The Peggy Browning Fellowship Program provides stipends to law students who dedicate their summer to advancing the cause of workers' rights by working for labor unions, worker centers, labor-related not-for-profit organizations, union-side law firms and other nonprofit organizations.  It is a ten-week summer fellowship available to 1st and 2nd year law students intended to encourage them to consider labor law as a viable career choice.  One school-year fellowship is also offered.

We work closely with law schools, leading labor attorneys, professors and mentors at selected organizations to ensure that our fellows are offered unique and challenging work experiences.  While the fellows gain practical skills, the mentor organizations and their clients benefit from the services provided by this talented and commited group.

Given our strong reputation with participating law schools, together with solid working relationships with labor law professors at these schools, we are able to recruit the best and the brightest!

Equally, our reputation within the labor community makes a Peggy Browning Fellow a sought-after candidate when employment opportunities arise.