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Opportunity: Engelberg Center Student Fellow
The Engelberg Center on Innovation Law & Policy is currently seeking paid student fellows for the spring 2020 semester. Students should have a demonstrated interest in one or multiple areas of the Center’s focus, including IP, antitrust, privacy, and technology policy.
Student Fellows are expected to work approximately 4 hours per week under the supervision of the Engelberg Center Executive Director. Hours may vary in relation to scheduled events, workshops, and meetings. Fellows are expected to attend and support substantially all Engelberg Center events.
Student Fellow duties may include:
Research assistance for Engelberg Center publications, including whitepapers and reports
Documentation of upcoming conferences and workshops, including those on open source hardware innovation, Section 101 reform, and developments in international copyright regimes
Tracking ongoing policy debates, including important parties and perspectives
Creation of alumni databases
Developing outreach strategies to the broader NYU Law student body
Maintaining content in sections of the Engelberg Center website
The Engelberg Center Student Fellow program is open to currently enrolled law students at NYU Law. Students will be paid the standard NYU Law student wage of $15 per hour. To apply please send a cover letter and resume to email@example.com. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until all positions have been filled.