The John Marshall Fellowship, a project of our Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence, is seven days of intensive seminars in American political thought and jurisprudence. Sessions will be taught by a core faculty of John Eastman, Hadley Arkes, Charles Kesler, and Michael Uhlmann, as well as distinguished visiting faculty. During the program, John Marshall Fellows will learn about and discuss the political philosophy of the American Founding, Abraham Lincoln, the Civil War, Progressivism, modern Liberalism and Conservatism—focusing specifically on the origins and development of American constitutional jurisprudence and the role of statesmen and judges in shaping its meaning for the regime.
While our Publius fellowship is for recent college graduates, graduate students, and young professionals working in the world of public policy and political journalism, and our Lincoln Fellowship is for policy professionals more advanced in their careers, the John Marshall Fellowship is meant for current law students and recent law school graduates seeking a career in professional and public jurisprudence in America.
For information about the 2013 John Marshall Fellowship, including how to apply, click HERE.