The H. Stewart Dunn Jr. Civil Liberties Project provides law and undergraduate students with fellowships for summer internships that advance civil liberties causes, regardless of viewpoint. Eligible internship organizations will contribute to efforts to protect civil liberties afforded U.S. citizens by the U.S. Constitution. First Amendment issues are of particular interest for Dunn Fellowships. Law students interested in Dunn Fellowships must complete the Law School’s summer public service fellowship application process. Law students who would like assistance arranging Dunn Fellowships should contact [[w|rekapl, Associate Dean Robert Kaplan]]. Undergraduates interested in Dunn Fellowships should contact [[w|clnema,Professor Christine Nemachek]] of the Government Department.