The Tech Institute just announced several opportunities for student research assistants and recent graduates who want to contribute to our policy work and events this year!
To view all this listings, visit our Jobs page at www.georgetowntech.org/jobs.
Some highlights here:
- Student Research Assistants--Tech Institute (current students at Georgetown Law). The Tech Institute has spaces available this summer (including part-time) and during the 2017-2018 academic year. RAs will work under the supervision of the Institute's Executive Director, Alex Givens, in partnership with the Institute's faculty, fellows and staff.
- Student Research Assistants--Privacy Center (current students at Georgetown Law). The Center on Privacy & Technology at Georgetown Law is looking for Research Assistants who are interested in technology and the communities it affects -- and who are ready to take an active role within the Center. RAs conduct legal and policy research, support Center litigation, and help staff Center events.
- Full-Time Job Posting: Access to Justice Partner Fellow (open to Georgetown class of 2017). Georgetown’s Institute for Technology Law & Policy and the Self-Represented LitigationNetwork (SRLN) are seeking a fellow for a two-year access to justice project that will have a transformative effect on the accessibility of legal services across the country.
- Full-Time Job Posting: Partner Fellow in Law and Computer Science (open to Georgetown class of 2017). Our Faculty Director Paul Ohm and Prof. Kobbi Nissim (Georgetown Computer Science) are hiring a Georgetown '17 graduate to spearhead a new, interdisciplinary research project at the intersection of privacy, computer science, and law.
Applications for many of these opportunities close next week. Please apply - we hope you can join us!