Since 1975, the Abraham L. Freedman Teaching Fellowship Program at the Temple University Beasley School of Law has produced outstanding law school teachers, with graduates found at accredited law schools throughout the United States. The experienced lawyers admitted to the Freedman Fellow program receive an annual stipend and earn an LL.M. Fellows gain extensive practice in law school teaching and receive the support necessary to produce quality scholarship during their residence. Fellows work collaboratively with Temple faculty members on doctrinal courses and teach alongside the professors in our nationally-renowned legal research and writing program. In their final semester, Fellows teach an upper-level course in Temple’s curriculum.
Consideration of completed applications for the Abraham L. Freedman Teaching Fellowship Program begins on January 15 for Fellowships beginning in the fall semester of the next academic year. Applications are accepted until all positions are filled. Fellows are expected to begin their residency on June 1. Successful candidates have practiced law for 2-10 years, have superior academic records, and show great promise as teachers and scholars. For more information, contact Professor Richard Greenstein