Election Law Fellowship

Each year, the Election Law Program hires two paid 1L Election Law Fellows—who are eligible to continue their fellowships throughout all three years of law school— to undertake projects in service of the Program's mission: providing resources to judges about election litigation, and to further research and academic scholarship on election law issues. Election Law Fellows provide research assistance to Professor Rebecca Green, develop materials to ensure judges are well-informed of election law topics, and provide general support for the Program at large.

In past years, Election Law Fellows have conducted research for Professor Green on election administration procedures in the 50 states, updated the State Election Law eBenchbook, and revised the Program's Election Law Manual and other resources among other assignments. Fellows can also hold leadership positions within William & Mary's student election law organizations, including the Election Law Society, Alliance of Students at the Polls, and Revive My Vote

 Election Law Fellows conducting research.