The National Association of Consumer Advocates is introducing two new fellowship programs that provide new generations of future attorneys an opportunity to learn about the practice of consumer law, and helps build pathways for their future legal success in this field.

The NACA Consumer Law Fellowship Program with Jacksonville Area Legal Aid (JALA) is a 2-year consumer law fellowship for recent law school graduates who are expected to sit for the July 2024 Florida Bar exam. In their first year, the fellow will work with JALA’s consumer protection unit representing low-income clients. In the second year, they will be placed with two different Florida-based private consumer protection law firms. Applications are due by June 1, 2024.


The NACA Summer Consumer Law Fellowship Project is a fellowship for both 1Ls and 2Ls  with a demonstrated interest in consumer law and in serving low- and moderate-income consumers. It provides a stipend to students who spend the summer months working for a NACA member non-profit, legal aid, or private consumer law firm on consumer protection issues. Applications are closed.