FAMU Law Student Fellowships

FAMU Law offers a wide variety of Fellowships for eligible students. The opportunities are competitive. Interested students should apply as soon as possible for consideration.


Current Student Fellows


Economic Justice Fellows sponsored by Wells Fargo Bank

The Economic Justice Fellows will work with nonprofit legal services organizations engaged in critical community economic development.

(clockwise from bottom right) Zsa’Queria Martin, Suwana Jean Janvier, Karis Adams, Sheray Patillo, Clinic Director Mark Dorosin


The following students have been selected for the Economic Justice Fellowship for Spring Term 2022:  

  • Karis Adams is a third-year student from Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and is working with Florida Rural Legal Services.  
  • Suwana Jean Janvier is a third-year student from Lake City, Florida, and is working with Legal Services of Greater Miami.  
  • Zsa’Queria Martin is a second-year student from Greenville, South Carolina, and is working with Community Legal Services of Mid-Florida.  
  • Sheray Patillo, is a third-year student from Virginia Beach, Virginia, and is working with the Florida Community Development Legal Project. 



Fellowship Program Aimed at Eliminating Systemic Racism in Legal Systems

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Oscar Draughn

LexisNexis Fellow

Meet Shayla McIntyre 

LexisNexis Fellow

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Equal Justice Works Fellowship

This is an opportunity to transform your passion for equal justice into a career.


Meet Oliver Telusma 

Equal Justice Fellow

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Justice John Paul Stevens Public Interest Fellowship

This program provides grants to enable law students at participating schools to work in unpaid public interest summer law positions.

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