The Dewsnup Fellowship is provided through the generosity of Calvin E. Clark, Esq., Class of 1956. It honors his good friend and classmate, Richard L. Dewsnup, the first Solicitor General of the State of Utah and an outstanding natural resources lawyer.
$5,500 Cash Award
Tuition Benefit (for the academic year)
Paid Summer Clerkship in the Natural Resources Division of the Utah Attorney General’s Office
The fellowship will be awarded to a student who has completed his or her first year of law school. Selection is based upon applicant’s experience and demonstrated interest in fields related to environmental and natural resource law, as well as academic performance. Recipient must be available to work full-time during the summer.
Application Requirements and Deadline
There is no application form to fill out. Application packets must include a resume, a written personal statement (approximately two to three pages) explaining the applicant’s background and the basis for his or her interest, and a fall semester unofficial transcript. The finalists selected by the College of Law environmental and natural resources faculty will be interviewed by a selection committee of attorneys.
Due: Spring semester
For Further Information
Please contact Associate Dean Barbara Dickey.