Are you a law student interested in working on challenging legal issues relating to online speech and non-traditional journalism? Are you looking for media and cyberlaw experience? Do you want to get involved with the Berkman Center community?
The Citizen Media Law Project is seeking paid interns for part-time work during the spring semester and for full-time work over the summer. Law students with media and/or cyberlaw experience, or a background in journalism, are especially encouraged to apply.
Applicants should have a demonstrated interest in and enthusiasm for journalism, citizen media, or technology-related legal issues, along with excellent research and writing skills and the initiative and energy to see projects through to completion in a fast-moving environment.
Our offices are located at the Berkman Center at Harvard Law School, so spring interns must live in the Cambridge/Boston area, and summer interns must be willing to relocate to the area for the summer.
For more information on these positions and how to apply, visit our pages on academic year and summer internships. Applications are being reviewed on a rolling basis, but we recommend that interested students apply as soon as possible.