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Wednesday, September 21, 2005

Crim-Related Fellowship at Yale

Information Society Project Yale Law School ISP Fellowship Announcement

The fellowship is designed for recent law graduates or Ph.Ds who are interested in careers in teaching and public service in any of the following areas: Internet and telecommunications law, first amendment law, media studies, intellectual property law, access to knowledge, cybercrime, cultural evolution, bioethics and biotechnology, and law and technology generally. This year we have a particular interest in hiring fellows interested in computer security and privacy issues as well as development and the information society.

Fellows receive a salary of approximately $37,000 plus Yale benefits. Fellows are expected to work on an independent scholarly project as well as help with administrative and scholarly work for the Information Society Project at Yale Law School. More information on the ISP is available at:

http://islandia.law.yale.edu/isp/

The formal application materials including the following:

(1) A brief (one to five page) statement of the applicant's proposed scholarly research;
(2) A copy of the applicant's resume;
(3) A law school (or graduate school) transcript;
(4) At least one sample of recent scholarly writing;
(5) Two letters of recommendation.

Applications can be sent all year round as fellows are accepted on a rolling basis. Applications for the 2006-7 ISP fellowship must postmarked no later than Feb. 1, 2006.

The application materials should be sent (in hard copy) to:
Information Society Project Fellowship Program c/o Deborah Sestito, Room 333 Yale Law School 127 Wall Street P.O. Box 208215 New Haven CT 06520-8215

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