Each year, the Harrison (a/k/a Innovations in Water Law and Policy) Fellowship provides a Colorado Law student the opportunity to understand water governance issues more deeply through exposure to international water resource challenges. In 2012, the Harrison Fellow will work on one of two possible projects in Colombia. Applicant should review both project proposals, select the project that the applicant finds most interesting, and write about that project in the application essay. For more specific information on this year's proposed projects, see the attached documents. The Fellow also will present the results of the research at a seminar hosted by The Nature Conservancy and the Natural Resources Law Center within four months after completing the Fellowship.
The Harrison Fellowship is made possible by Moses, Wittemyer, Harrison and Woodruff, P.C. in honor of David L. Harrison, who graduated from Colorado Law in 1971. The Harrison Fellowship is for $5,000. Students must pay living expenses and travel costs to and from Colombia out of this stipend. Please note: The destination country and project for this fellowship changes each year. The remaining amount will be compensation to the Fellow.