US Telecom is looking for a policy/regulatory intern for 20 hours a week to support with cybersecurity work. The office is currently leading a major effort at the FCC CSRIC on adapting the NIST Framework to five segments (broadcast, satellite, cable, wireline, and wireless) as well as some other cyber related activities at DHS, NIST and with the NSC. The expected arrangement is approximately 20 hours per week at $30 per hour (with work starting very quickly and going at least through the end of the year).
Those interested in applying should contact:
Robert H. Mayer
Vice President – Industry and State Affairs
Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner
Our Washington, Reston, Atlanta, Palo Alto, and Boston offices are presently seeking Student Associates with a background in Electrical Arts to prosecute patent applications on a full-time basis. Our compensation package includes a highly competitive starting salary, excellent benefits, and tuition reimbursement. Student Associates are expected to bill 125 hours per month. This reduced billing requirement reflects the firm’s desire that a Student Associate perform well in law school. Candidates must be in the top 25% of their class and must either be in the evening program or meet their school’s criteria for part-time status. Candidates should have their PTO registration number and prosecution experience. Industry or PTO experience is a plus.
Send resume and law school transcript to:
Laurie D. Taylor
Professional Recruiting Coordinator
Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP
901 New York Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20001-4413
202.408.4381 | fax 202.408.4400 | firstname.lastname@example.org
United States Copyright Office, Program for Law Clerks
The United States Copyright Office provides expert leadership and advice on copyright law and policy to the United States Congress, federal agencies, the courts, and the general public. The mission of the Copyright Office is to promote creativity by administering and sustaining an effective national copyright system.
The Copyright Office has fall, spring, and summer positions available for unpaid law clerks in the Office of the General Counsel, Office of Policy and International Affairs, Office of the Register, and the Registration Program Office. These units interpret the U.S. Copyright Act and advise Congress, executive branch agencies, and others on domestic and international policy matters. In addition, Copyright Office attorneys support work on critical projects and priorities of the Register of Copyrights, including legislative and policy initiatives, operational enhancements, and public outreach efforts.
Projects of law clerks include:
• Attending congressional hearings, industry events, and roundtables.
• Drafting portions of Copyright Office communications and reports.
• Joining in meetings with stakeholders or domestic and foreign officials.
• Conducting legal research and drafting memoranda.
Candidates for a law clerk position must either presently be enrolled in, or have graduated from, an accredited law school; have a demonstrated interest or background in copyright law as shown by relevant coursework or otherwise; and possess excellent research, writing, and editing abilities.
The United States Copyright Office is a federal agency that is part of the Library of Congress. Additional information about the Copyright Office can be found at www.copyright.gov. Details on how to apply can be found at http://www.copyright.gov/careers/law-clerk-program.html.
Location: Washington, DC
Practice areas: Copyright, Intellectual Property, Entertainment, Government, Government Policy, Litigation, Litigation-IP, Public Interest, Public Policy
Desired class levels: 1L(DAY), 1L(EVE), 2L(DAY), 2L(EVE), 3L(DAY), 3L(EVE), 4L(EVE), LLM
Is field placement credit potentially available?
Contact information: CopyrightLawClerks@loc.gov