The Information Society Project (ISP) at Yale Law School is seeking applicants for 2009-2010 postdoctoral fellowships. The ISP resident fellowships are designed for recent graduates of law or Ph.D. programs who are interested in careers in teaching and public service in any of the following areas: law and innovation; Internet and telecommunications law and policy; intellectual property law; access to knowledge; first amendment law; media studies; privacy; civil liberties online; cybercrime and cybersecurity; social software; standards and technology policy; bioethics, biotechnology, and law and genomics; and law, technology, and culture generally.
The time I spent at the Yale ISP was amazing. You are surrounded by world-class colleagues, brilliant & motivated students, and rarely go a day without learning new things and having what you thought you knew rightly challenged.
Information about applying is available here. Applications for 2009-10 ISP fellowships must be postmarked no later than Feb. 1, 2009.