Miriam Maccoby Netter Fellowship
Summer 2014 fellowship made
possible by $5,000 grant to a public interest IP organization or charity
December 31, 2013
The New York
Bar Foundation is accepting grant applications for The Miriam Maccoby Netter Fellowship,
created and funded by the Intellectual Property Law Section.
One grant, valued at $5,000, will be awarded to a public interest intellectual
property organization or charity, who will offer the fellowship to a student
enrolled in a law school located in New York State during the 2014 Spring
semester, or to a person who received their JD any time within the last three
years. The fellowship will take place in Summer 2014. The fellow will assist
the organization with matters relating to intellectual property law.
you are interested in participating in such a fellowship this summer, we
encourage you to contact an IP organization or charity of interest to you and
let them know of the availability of this grant. Please note that the
organization/charity itself must apply for the grant directly, and law students
or young lawyers may not do so on an organization/charity’s behalf.
interest legal organizations or charities interested in conducting The Miriam Maccoby Netter Fellowship,
created and funded by the Intellectual Property Law Section in
Summer 2014 must submit a grant proposal to The New York Bar Foundation on or
before December 31, 2013.
Grant applications are available at www.tnybf.org/grantapp.htm. You may also visit www.tnybf.org
and click “Apply for a Grant” on the right side of the home page.
complete details, see The Miriam Maccoby Netter Fellowship Guidelines here.
questions may be directed to the New York Bar Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org or (518)
We hope that
you will consider taking advantage of this opportunity for a valuable summer
fellowship that can help to advance you in your intellectual property law