The purpose of these fellowships is to promote research and curriculum development on legal issues in the areas of entrepreneurship, social entrepreneurship, and innovation. The fellowships broadly define social enterprise as the use of business strategies to solve intractable social problems and advance a social mission. The Fellowship is open to third year law students and recent law school graduates with strong credentials. Fellows are expected to produce a substantial piece of work during their time at the Law School. Fellows receive a stipend of approximately $50,000, health insurance and a space to work in the Law School.