Technology, Innovation & Competition Fellowships—Philadelphia, PA

Written by uwlegalscholarship   // November 18, 2013   // Comments Off

Center for Technology, Innovation and Competition, Penn Law Center for Technology, Innovation and Competition, Penn Law

The Center for Technology, Innovation and Competition (CTIC) invites applications for the CTIC Fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. The application deadline is Monday, January 13, 2014. But “Applications may be considered on a rolling basis, and this position may be filled prior to the application deadline; interested applicants are encouraged to express interest early.”

Designed for scholars interested in pursuing academic careers in areas of law related to CTIC’s work, CTIC Fellows enjoy faculty access to Penn Law services and full participation in all CTIC events. Fellows receive a full year of funding and will be eligible for renewal for an additional year.

CTIC Fellows must have earned a law degree or be pursuing a PhD or equivalent in a related field and should not yet have held a full-time tenure track legal academic appointment. Fellows are expected to produce at least one original academic work and to teach one class during each year of funding.  Additionally, part of each Fellow’s responsibilities include support for CTIC’s programs, including the development of CTIC reports and proposals.


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