Scholarships & Internships

Scholarships

Lisa Atlas Genecov and Dr. Jeffrey S. Genecov
Endowed Presidential Scholarship in Law

This scholarship was established by Lisa Atlas Genecov and Dr. Jeffrey S. Genecov to support a law student who has demonstrated a commitment to advancing women’s issues.

The Wayne B. Duddlesten, Sr./Center for Women in Law
Endowment for Excellence Scholarship in Law

This scholarship was established by the Wayne B. Duddlesten Foundation to support students of high academic achievement with a preference given to individuals who have demonstrated a commitment to advancing women’s leadership.  Recipients of this scholarship will be referred to as Duddlesten Fellows.

All admitted students are automatically considered for these scholarships through the admissions process.  If you have additional questions, please contact Student Financial Aid.

Internships

CWIL Interns (from left to right): Serene Ateek, Sara Block, Coco Sprague, Laura Zhang, and Rachel McKenna
Serene Ateek (Texas Law ’17), Sara Block (Texas Law ’16), Coco Sprague (Texas Law ’17), Laura Zhang (UT ’18), and Rachel McKenna (Texas Law ’16)

Each academic year, CWIL hires 6-8 student interns. Interns are involved in all aspects of CWIL business, including organizing and running student and practitioner focused events, research related to issues concerning women in the legal profession, corresponding with CWIL Founders and Leaders, drafting articles and press releases and editing major publications.

If you are interested in becoming an intern with CWIL, forward your resume to the Center for Women in Law.

Current Interns

            

              Rachel Evans                                    Madalyn Gathright                                   Michelle White

 

 

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