Please Note: Tolan Fellowships will not be offered this year (2013-2014). Please check back in Fall 2013 for the status of next year's funding availability.
The Tolan Fellowship is a post-graduate Fellowship that will fund a Fordham Law School graduate to work for an international human rights organization for one year. The Fellowship is intended to allow Fordham Law School graduates with a demonstrated commitment to international human rights and an interest in working in the field to gain practical work experience with an international human rights non-governmental organization or inter-governmental organization.
The Fellowship is named in honor of James E. Tolan '62, a long-time supporter of the human rights program at Fordham Law School.