Honors Fellowship Program

The Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General Honors Fellowship Program has been established to provide driven recent law graduates who are committed to public service the opportunity to gain practical experience in the public sector. This competitive program accepts applications from current law students seeking post-graduation employment by means of a one-year fellowship.

Current Fellowship Opportunities

The Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General is seeking entry-level attorneys for its 2019 Honors Fellowship Program. This program offers recent law graduates the opportunity to broaden their exposure to the public sector while assuming individual responsibility for their work. Through the Honors Fellowship program, new attorneys will receive guidance and instruction from senior members of the Attorney General’s Office to enhance proficiency and continue to develop research, writing, and litigation skills.

Eligibility Requirements

Law students in their final year at an accredited law school and are scheduled to graduate in the spring of 2019 are encouraged to apply. The program begins September 2019. Selected individuals must commit to a one-year term and will be required to take the Pennsylvania bar exam no later than July 2019.

Applications must be submitted with the required materials online and are to be received no later than November 30th, 2018.

Sorry, we do not have any Honors Fellowship positions at this time. Please check back soon.