Loyola Marymount University’s law school in Los Angeles is accepting applications for its 15th-annual Journalist Law School fellowship taking place June 10-13.
The fellowship is an intensive seminar on the legal system and will be offered to 40 journalists who have a minimum of three years in the field. Instruction, lodging and most meals are provided.
According to Loyola Law School, “activities will include classes with experienced law faculty who understand deadline pressure; lectures and break-out sessions by practicing lawyers; and opportunities to meet informally with state and federal judges, other journalists and leading members of the bar.”
For more information, you can visit the Journalist Law School site.