Non-Residential Fellowship Program

The Center for Internet and Society is now accepting applications for the
2007-2008 Non-Residential Fellowship Program.

CIS Non-Residential Fellows work independently and with CIS staff and
faculty on projects related to CIS’ mission. These non-supported fellowships
allow practitioners to benefit from synergies with Stanford Law School in
their scholarly research. Non-Residential Fellows are encouraged to make
their work available through CIS and to present their work at the CIS
Speaker Series.

This fellowship is particularly appropriate for individuals who are
interested in studying a cyberlaw issue or working on a cyberlaw project
that is outside the scope of their usual work and who would benefit from the
affiliation with and support of Stanford CIS.
Applicants must submit a specific research proposal which they plan to
accomplish during the one- year fellowship. While fellowships are generally
for one year, they may be renewed if the collaboration proves productive and
would benefit from additional time.

Applications will be accepted until August 4th and are only accepted
through the CIS website:

Lauren Gelman
Center for Internet and Society
Stanford Law School