Law and Psychiatry Fellowship Program
**Deadline for Application of Forensic Fellowship for 2023-24. Applications will be accepted from January 1-March 1, 2022. Interviews will take place over two days: April 7 and 8; and April 21 and 22, 2022.
Forensic Psychiatry Fellowship Program
The Yale fellowship began in 1979 and quickly gained a national reputation for excellence and innovation in forensic psychiatry education. Under the leadership of Howard Zonana, MD, the program has grown to an enrollment of 5 fellows per year, making it one of the largest forensic training programs in the country. The fellowship is a one-year, full-time, ACGME-accredited educational program that offers two tracks:
- General adult (4 positions)
- Child (1 position)
The program trains psychiatrists to develop expertise in the complex intersection of psychiatry, law, ethics, and public policy. It offers a broad-based training experience, with particular strengths in the areas of criminal law, public sector forensic psychiatry, and research/scholarship. Graduates of the fellowship become leaders in forensic psychiatry, influencing the direction of clinical practice, research, education, and mental health policy at the national and international levels.