Professional journalists with at least three years of experience can apply for this fellowship.
The Civil Justice Program at LMU Loyola Law School is accepting candidates for its Journalist Law School, which aims to help journalists who cover the courts on national, regional or local levels.
Selected journalists will participate in a intensive seminar on the legal system June 10 to 13 in Los Angeles. Classes are taught by law faculty and practicing journalist-lawyers.
The program will provide lodging, most meals and partial travel of up to US$300.
The deadline is Feb. 14.