Monday, November 15, 2010

NYU Offers Law and Social Enterprise Fellowship

New York University School of Law is proud to announce the Law and Social Enterprise Fellowship, which will be offered for only the second time in the academic year of 2011-2012. The purpose of the fellowship is to promote research and curriculum development in subjects related to legal issues in the area of social entrepreneurship. The fellowship broadly defines social enterprise as the use of business strategies to solve intractable social problems and advance a social mission. It encompasses topics including but not limited to start-up social ventures, corporate social responsibility, impact investing, and microfinance. The Fellowship is open to third year law students ad recent law school graduates with the strongest credentials and the most exciting ideas that have the potential to impact the fast-growing field of social entrepreneurship.

See Symplicity for details. Application Deadline is December 3, 2010.