Call for Applications for 2024 ILPF Junior Fellows program

Call for Applications: Internet Law & Policy Foundry Junior Fellows 2024

Internet Law & Policy Foundry’s Premier Fellowship Opens Recruitment for New Cohort 2024-2025

January 30, 2024 — The Internet Law & Policy Foundry (The Foundry) — a professional development organization composed of early-career professionals working across law, technology and policy — announced the call for applications to its  2024 Junior Fellows program

The program provides Fellows with the opportunity to foster a community of diverse voices that explore issues in the equitable development and governance of technology and the Internet through writing, network building and constructive debates. Fellows are selected through a competitive process and will hold their positions for two years — first supporting the current class as Junior Fellows and advancing to Senior Fellows in their final year.

The Foundry also offers Fellows the chance to utilize the organization’s resources to run their own activities and events related to disruptive innovation and technology and contribute to The Foundry’s annual Policy Hackathon and its renowned podcast, the Tech Policy Grind.

New Fellows can expect to join the ranks of the next generation of technology law and policy professionals, including those who have served members of Congress and the White House, worked for the world’s largest technology companies and influential academic institutions and more.

For submission criteria, visit The Foundry’s site


About Internet Law & Policy Foundry (The Foundry)

The Internet Law & Policy Foundry (The Foundry) is a collaborative collection of early-career Internet law and policy professionals passionate about technology and disruptive innovation. The Foundry offers members a platform for professional development, constructive debate, and network-building within a cohort of skilled Internet law and policy professionals.

As advocacy spending in technology policy grows and Internet companies become more sophisticated in dealing with legal and public policy issues, the Foundry was created to address the growing demand by early and mid-level law and policy professionals for opportunities to master a range of Internet policy issues and apply their knowledge. The Foundry has created a space where early professionals from a variety of disciplines and perspectives can develop their expertise and identify stimulating opportunities in the technology law and policy field.

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