Law & Technology Opportunities
Note: You are encouraged to consult with any CTIC faculty member if you have questions regarding any of these opportunities.
CTIC continues to develop relationships with commercial and non-profit organizations to offer summer and term-time internship opportunities to Penn Law students who are interested in careers in law and technology. We will post information on current internship opportunities, including application instructions and deadlines, here.
Some of the internships available in past years have included:
|ACLU Technology, Speech, and Privacy||AT&T Technology Law|
|Center for Democracy and Technology Law and Policy||Comcast Public Policy|
|Comcast Regulatory||Disney Global Public Policy|
|eBay||Electronic Frontier Foundation Legal|
|The Internet Society Policy||NBC/Universal Legal|
|Software Freedom Law Center||White House OSTP|
Current Internship Opportunities:
The Internet Society (ISOC) is an American, non-profit organization founded in 1992 to provide leadership in Internet-related standards, education, access, and policy. It states that its mission is “to promote the open development, evolution and use of the Internet for the benefit of all people throughout the world.” ISOC has two 2017 summer internships for which it is presently hiring.More »
The Speech, Privacy, and Technology Project (SPT) of the ACLU’S National Office in New York City seeks legal interns for the Summer of 2017. A stipend is available for those students who do not receive outside funding and/or course credit. Arrangements may also be made with CTIC for work/study stipends or course credit.More »
Applications now being accepted for EFF summer legal internships.More »
Applications will be accepted beginning October 15 for the following summer term, with deadline approaching soon!
Some summer opportunities in law and technology are unpaid, especially those offered by some non-profits, advocacy groups, and government agencies. For this reason, students are encouraged to seek out alternative funding sources to help bring these opportunities within reach.
The 2017 North America Google Policy Fellowship, a paid fellowship that will continue to connect students interested in emerging technology policy issues with leading nonprofits, think tanks, and advocacy groups in Washington, DC and California.More »
Wharton and Penn create pathways for students and graduates to make an impact in public policy through government, nonprofits, NGOs, and academia.More »