Yale Law Fellowships – Media Freedom Clinic

January 14, 2016

The Media Freedom and Information Access Clinic at Yale Law School is hiring two clinical fellows for the upcoming year.  The MFIA Clinic engages in litigation and policy work on issues of government transparency, free speech, and the protection of a vigorous, independent press.  The Clinic’s current docket is particularly focused on law enforcement accountability; national security and surveillance; science, technology, and IP rights; and public access to judicial records and court proceedings.

The two fellowships are described in more detail here:

The application deadline for both positions is January 31, 2016.


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