Pritzker Fellows Program Overview
During the academic year, the law library employs and supervises several law students to assist with faculty research projects. These research assistants work under the direct supervision of the Faculty Services Librarian and are available on a first come, first served basis to work on short (fewer than 10 hours) faculty research projects.
Faculty Wishing to Request Research Help
If you have a research project for the Fellows or any questions about the program, please contact Thomas Wayne Gaylord, Faculty Services Librarian (e-mail | 312-503-4725) The program is open to all residential faculty.
Students Wishing to Work as Pritzker Fellows
Second and Third Year students with a strong interest in and aptitude for research are hired usually at the beginning of each fall semester. Occasionally openings arise in the spring. The positions are a great way to hone your research skills under the guidance of a librarian, and to work with a number of faculty on a wide range of issues. Fellows receive a stipend during the semesters they work. For more information, or to apply for the program, please contact Thomas Wayne Gaylord, Faculty Services Librarian (e-mail | 312-503-4725)