The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) offers several post-graduate fellowships, including the OAG Honors Fellowship Program and the Gregory S. Coleman Fellowship Program.
The OAG Honors Fellowship Program recruits former OAG law clerks who have demonstrated a commitment to the agency and shown potential to excel as agency lawyers. Honors Fellows are encouraged to apply for Assistant Attorney General positions once they obtain their Texas law license.
The Gregory S. Coleman Fellowship Program honors Gregory S. Coleman, the first solicitor general of Texas. Selected candidates typically start a Coleman fellowship immediately after completing a judicial clerkship. Coleman Fellows work in the OAG’s Office of the Solicitor General.