Hugo Black Fellowship

The Hugo Black Fellowship is named for 1906 Alabama law graduate Justice Hugo Black of the U.S. Supreme Court. The Fellowship provides promising new legal scholars who are former clerks to the U.S. Supreme Court with time and resources to formulate a research agenda. The Fellow teaches one class per term and shares with the Law School students and faculty his or her special vantage on the Supreme Court’s place in our nation’s legal, political, and economic life.

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