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Calling for Interns, law clerks, and a Google Policy Fellow!

CDT is now accepting applications for interns and law clerks for both the spring and summer. Law clerks and interns contribute substantially to CDT’s work by conducting legal and policy research; drafting reports and legal analyses; assisting in the preparation of testimony, presentations, legislation and briefs; and by helping create online and other educational resources. The small size of our organization guarantees close interaction with staff attorneys and policy experts. Law clerks and interns have the opportunity to work on a broad array of issues, including online free expression, electronic surveillance, digital copyright, cybersecurity, Internet governance, and a range of privacy issues from spyware to health privacy to RFID technology to government ID programs.

We encourage students from all majors and degree programs to apply. Applicants should have an interest in Internet and technology policy and/or civil liberties, strong research and writing skills, the ability to take initiative and prioritize responsibilities in a fast-paced office environment, and a solid academic record. Please see our job posting page for application details.

In addition, CDT is pleased to host a Google Policy Fellow, who will join our 2010 summer program. Interested candidates should apply directly with Google here.

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