In addition to learning from the vibrant community of IP and innovation professionals and academics in New York City, students can also draw on the wider community of New York University, including the Interactive Telecommunications Program, a two-year graduate program in the Tisch School of the Arts; NYU Tandon School of Engineering; and the Stern School of Business.
The Engelberg Center on Innovation Law & Policy is accepting applications for a research fellowship to begin in Fall 2018. The fellowship term is for two years. Applicants should hold a law degree or a Ph.D. in a relevant area, and show interest and promise in conducting research and writing. We are seeking applicants with demonstrated interest in quantitative and/or qualitative analysis of areas of interest to the Center, which broadly embrace the incentives that motivate innovators, how those incentives vary among different types of creative endeavor, and the laws and policies that help or hinder them. Details available here.