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Fellowships

Queer Caucus offers two annual fellowships of $1000 to Berkeley law students pursuing specific types of public interest work affecting the LGBTQ community.

Ken Bryan Fellowship

The Ken Bryan Fund was established approximately 12 years ago in memory of a student who died of complications from AIDS in his second year at Boalt. The fund provides grants for Berkeley students doing AIDS/HIV-related legal work over the summer.

Mary C. Dunlap Fellowship

The Mary C. Dunlap fellowship was established in honor of Mary Dunlap, a Boalt alum who made significant contributions as a civil rights attorney. Mary helped found the civil rights firm, Equal Rights Advocates. In 1989 Mary helped Professor Swift win tenure at Boalt Hall. Included in the settlement agreement was a tenure review provision that ended discriminatory treatment of female faculty at Boalt. The fellowship supports work targeting under-served LGBT communities.

For more information regarding the scholarships, please contact us at caucus@law.berkeley.edu

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