Fellowship Opportunity at Boesche Legal Clinic
Friday, November 11, 2011
A Tulsa Immigrant Resource Network (TIRN) Fellowship at the TU College of Law Boesche Legal Clinic will be available for Fall 2012 through Summer 2013. This attorney position provides the opportunity for a recent TU Law graduate to positively impact vulnerable immigrants in Tulsa.
TIRN, a legal services program operated through the Boesche Legal Clinic and funded by the George Kaiser Family Foundation, was launched in 2008 to address the shortage of attorneys working on behalf of traditionally underserved populations in our community.
- The TIRN Fellowship is a full-time, paid, one-year attorney position, which serves as a bridge from academic studies to the
practice of law by providing training and mentoring to a new attorney in a firm setting.
- TIRN Fellows are selected from recent TU Law graduates who have completed at least one semester as a Student Legal Intern in the Immigrant Rights Project of the Clinic.
- May 2012 graduates interested in the 2012-2013 TIRN Fellowship who have not yet completed the clinical program should register now for the Spring 2012 semester in order to be eligible to apply for the Fellowship.
information on the application process for the TIRN Fellowship will be posted in February 2012.
For more information, contact TU Law Professor Elizabeth M. McCormick at firstname.lastname@example.org.