Guarini Global Law & Tech (GGLT) is seeking research assistants commencing in fall 2022 (and potentially for the entire 2022-23 academic year), to work on various research projects.
Professor Fisher is especially looking for students interested in:
- Data governance of (and for) International Organizations
- Digital Data, Infrastructures and Development (with the focus on multilateral development banks such as the World Bank and aid agencies)
- Data infrastructures in governance of space and oceans (eg Argo), especially climate data
- SEC regulation of data, including ESG data
Professor Streinz is especially looking for students interested in:
- European Data Law (beyond GDPR, researching Data Governance Act, Data Act, AI Act etc)
- International Economic Data Law (digital economy agreements such as CPTPP, DEPA; application of international trade and investment law in the digital economy)
- Open Source Software as Digital Infrastructure (licensing, procurement, governance)
- Facebook’s Oversight Board as a global regulator of permissible online content
Student RAs will be engaged in a range of tasks, including (i) legal research and memo writing, (ii) assisting with drafting grant proposals, (iii) keeping track of current developments relevant to the respective projects, (iv) updating and managing literature relevant to respective projects, (v) helping with organizing events. We will provide mentoring and support to those students who are interested in developing their own writing projects. In some instances (and depending on student interest) there may be opportunities for co-authoring academic papers.
Hours/week will depend on the project and tasks but 5-10 hours/week on average are common. 2L, 3L, and LLM students are eligible to apply.
If you are interested in applying, please submit the following materials via email to email@example.com with the subject line “GGLT Fall 2022 RA Application”.
- Cover letter indicating why you are interested in an RA position with GGLT.
- Please state which project(s) you would like to work on and why, as well as highlight any relevant expertise you may have (in addition to research skills, web design and visualization skills are a plus).
- Unofficial NYU Law transcript (if applicable); LLMs who do not yet have grades from NYU, should submit a transcript from their first law degree
We encourage students to apply asap and will accept applications until Sunday, September 11.