The University of Wisconsin Law School invites applications for its William H. Hastie Fellowship Program. For over 40 years, the Hastie Fellowship has provided aspiring scholars an outstanding opportunity to prepare for a career in law teaching. Hastie Fellows have succeeded at securing tenure-track positions at law schools throughout the country, including Columbia, UCLA, Indiana, Colorado, ASU, Texas A&M, Ohio State, UNC, Washington & Lee, UC Irvine, and USC. The Fellowship reflects a commitment to diversity and inclusion in the legal profession and especially encourages applications from candidates of color and other underrepresented communities in the legal academy. Hastie Fellows devote the majority of their time to their own research agenda, researching and writing scholarly articles with support from a faculty advisor and the Hastie Fellowship Committee. Fellows also have the option of teaching a course or seminar during the program. The Hastie Fellowship Program encourages scholarship in the full range of law studies. Wisconsin has a particularly strong tradition supporting interdisciplinary work.
For further information, please visit https://law.wisc.edu/grad/hastie/index.html. Applications are due February 1, 2021.
Prior Native Hastie fellows now teaching in law schools (clockwise from upper left, Stacy Leeds, Richard Monette, and Mike Oeser).