The 2021 Myron Beldock Civil Rights Fellowship
BLH is proud to announce the 2021 one-year Myron Beldock Civil Rights Fellowship for recent law school graduates or attorneys interested in transitioning into civil rights law. Founding Partner Myron Beldock was a prominent and trailblazing civil rights litigator who was described by the New York Times as having “an important hand in cases that helped define the landscape of 20th-century law, and in others that merely righted the grievous wrongs done to unknown people.” The firm has named this fellowship in his honor.
The Beldock Fellow will work with the firm’s Civil Rights practice and handle complex civil rights cases including, but not limited to, police and governmental misconduct and employment discrimination matters in state and federal court. The Fellow will receive a salary of $40,000 and benefits.
To apply, please email the following materials to with “2021 Myron Beldock Civil Rights Fellowship” in the subject line:
a cover letter addressing your interest in litigation and civil rights issues;
a law school transcript (official or unofficial);
one writing sample that is substantially your own, preferably a legal memo or brief; and
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Please send documents in PDF format only.
Beldock Levine & Hoffman LLP is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages applications from individuals with diverse backgrounds.
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