The inaugural fellowship of The Good Counselor Project is open for application.
Join a select cohort of fellows to study the cardinal, civic, and theological virtues of the Western tradition.
Over the course of seven months, fellows will participate in 14 virtual sessions that include both academic seminars and exclusive conversations with thinkers, influencers, and practitioners who operate at the intersection of faith and society.
As part of The Good Counselor Project, fellows will also join one of Napa Legal’s 12 Working Groups, where they are afforded the opportunity to contribute to Napa Legal’s growing library of nonprofit resources and work directly with spiritual entrepreneurs to empower evangelization.
Napa Legal is now accepting applications for its inaugural cohort of The Good Counselor Project.
The application period will close on Monday, November 29 at 11:59 p.m. EST.
Successful candidates will be notified of their acceptance on or before Friday, December 3—at which point they will be mailed their reading materials for the program, with seminars beginning in January of 2022 and concluding in July of that same year.
Attorneys who have been practicing law for five years or less. Candidates with a background in transactional law and a demonstrated interest in issues related to religious liberty are strongly preferred. This program is designed from the Catholic perspective for participants of all faith traditions.
Leading the academic seminars for The Good Counselor Project is Mr. Luke Macik. Mr. Macik is headmaster of The Lyceum, a classical Catholic academy, where he has served since 2009. He has taught a wide variety of subjects including introductory Latin and Greek, literature, classical science, philosophy, sacramental theology, and Euclidean geometry.