The Stanford Law School Center for Internet and Society (CIS) is accepting applications for an unpaid staff attorney to work with its Fair Use Project (FUP) on a range of research and litigation projects designed to promote and expand the doctrine of Fair Use.
The Center for Internet and Society (CIS) at Stanford Law School is looking for volunteer Summer Interns to work on public interest issues involving technology, privacy and the Internet.
CIS is a leading center for the study of the relationship between the public interest, law and technology. CIS is headed by law professor Barbara van Schewick. Anthony Falzone directs the Fair Use Project. Ryan Calo handles the Consumer Privacy Project.
All sessions of the Play Machinima Law conference held in April are now available for viewing.
The Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School is hiring a Research Fellow for the Architecture and Public Policy Project for a one year term. The start date is flexible.
The Architecture and Public Policy Project explores how network architectures influence, and are influenced by, economic, social or political systems and what this means for the role of law and public policy in this space.