From the post at QuestionCopyright.org:
Calling all law students (or at least the ones who weren’t planning to work for the RIAA later):
We’re looking for a legal intern — someone interested in learning more about copyright law and using it to promote freedom.
We have several projects right now with legal components, and expect more in the future. The responsibilities of the position will be varied, involving research in U.S. and European copyright law, non-profit law (federal and CA state), tracking legislative developments, some writing, etc. The time commitment is about five hours a week, with more available if you want it. A New York City location is ideal, but not required. There may be some limited travel, at your discretion.
The position is unpaid, but you would be working with an experienced lawyer (our counsel, Karen Sandler), and we’re happy to meet reasonable requirements for law school credit.
Interested? Contact us. We’ll keep the posting open until we get the right candidate — it could be you!
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