Clinical Teaching Fellowships

Clinical Teaching Fellowships at UCLA Law offer opportunities for clinical teaching and research designed to prepare fellows to seek permanent faculty positions at a law school.

Binder Clinical Teaching Fellowship

The application window for the 2024-2026 Binder Fellowship has closed.

The Binder Clinical Teaching Fellowship position typically has a two-year term and was created for individuals looking to make a transition from law practice into legal academia. In the first year, fellows co-teach and act as supervising lawyers in existing law clinic courses, under the guidance of clinical faculty members who mentor fellows in UCLA Law's tradition of practical training grounded in theories of lawyering. In the second year, fellows continue to co-teach clinical courses and are expected to complete a research project for publication, with research support and faculty mentoring on legal scholarship. The Binder Fellow may teach in more than one law clinic course during their fellowship.

Past Fellows


Application Process

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