Duke Law accepting applications for inaugural Ruben Everett Cyber Fellow
Lawfire readers, the Ruben Everett Cyber Fellowship is a tremendous opportunity!!!! But if this is not for you, please pass to anyone you think might find it of interest! Here’s the announcement:
Duke University School of Law is currently accepting applications for the inaugural Ruben Everett Cyber Fellow.
The Fellow will hold a joint appointment in both the Duke Center on Law & Tech and the Center on Law, Ethics and National Security. By working closely with faculty members in these and related centers, the Fellow will help advance the Law School’s role as a leader in fields at the intersection of law and technology, privacy, and cybersecurity.
This is a full-time Fellowship; salary will be commensurate with fellowships of this type and includes Duke University benefits. Anticiated start date is flexible within summer or fall of 2018.
Initial appointment is for one year, renewable upon mutual agreement of the fellow and the directors of DCLT and LENS for up to one additional year.
This position is funded through the generous support of the Everett Family Trust.
Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest and résumé/CV via email to Jeff Ward at firstname.lastname@example.org. All applications must be received no later than midnight on June 29, 2018.