2Ls: Kennen Peck Summer Fellowship

Professor Frank Tuerkheimer is now accepting applications from second year law students for the Kennen Peck Summer Fellowship, which is a $4500 stipend awarded to one 2L to enable the student to work for approximately ten weeks next summer at the Electronic Privacy Information Center (www.epic.org) in Washington, DC, an organization taking a leadership role both nationally and internationally on privacy and technology issues.  See the application details in the Job Bank on Symplicity; you must apply by next Friday, September 17.

Submitted by Kate McMahan on September 13, 2010

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