RA Posting: Tech Institute Seeks Talented Students for Summer 2018
Open to all law students and graduate students in a relevant field

The Tech Institute is looking for student research assistants to contribute to our policy work this summer! RAs will work under the supervision of the Institute's Executive Director, Professor Alexandra Givens, in partnership with the Institute's faculty, fellows and staff

Applications for RAs will be accepted on a rolling basis through March 1, 2018. We encourage you to apply early.

View the Summer 2018 application here.

RA Posting: Georgetown Center on Privacy & Technology Is Hiring for Summer 2018
Open to current law students or graduate students in a technology field

The Center on Privacy & Technology at Georgetown Law seeks motivated graduate or law students who are passionate about privacy and technology for a ten-week summer 2018 position in Washington, DC.

The Center will consider applicants for two different types of positions:

• It will award one outstanding applicant a $7,500 stipend to conduct focused research and writing on a tech policy issue that affects historically disadvantaged communities.

• It will select 1–2 applicants for unpaid positions. To qualify for these positions, applicants must be able to either receive credit from their academic institution or obtain funding from an outside source. The Center is happy to work with qualified candidates to help secure outside funding.

Submissions will be accepted until January 31, 2018 but will be considered on a rolling basis. View the full posting here.

Job Posting:  Clinical Teaching Fellowship/Staff Attorney Position in Communications & Technology Law
Open to individuals holding a JD who are admitted to practice in the District of Columbia or before another state bar. 

The Communications and Technology Law Practice Group of the Institute for Public Representation at Georgetown Law is now accepting applications for a two-year position as a clinical teaching fellow/staff attorney starting in August 2018.  The Fellow will represent non-profit organizations in high profile, cutting-edge cases before the FCC, FTC, and federal appellate courts. The Fellow will receive an LL.M. degree in Advocacy at the conclusion of the Fellowship.  Applications will be accepted and considered on a rolling basis through December 15, 2017.  Applicants are encouraged to apply early. View the full listing here.