John M. Olin Fellowships in Law and Economics
To foster research and study in the area of law and economics, several students will be selected as Fellows in Law and Economics and will receive a stipend under a grant from the John M. Olin Foundation. The fellows will be expected to make significant commitments to writing in law and economics and to attend a seminar series in the area. Only Harvard Law School students -- JD, LLM, and SJD -- are eligible for these fellowships. Application instructions and materials are available here.
Terence M. Considine Fellowships in Law and Social Sciences
These fellowships are intended to support two groups of individuals: those whose goal is to enter legal academia and whose main interest is in law and social sciences; and those whose goal is to enter an academic department in the social sciences (especially in economics, business, or government), provided that their focal interest is in law. To be eligible, an individual must either be a recent Harvard Law School graduate or a student in a Harvard social science PhD program. Application instructions are available here.