APPLICATIONS OPEN! The Fellowship is intended for students pursuing a career in academics, research, or public interest legal practice in the field of international copyright law. Fellows receive a full-tuition scholarship for an LL.M. in Intellectual Property and Technology and a paid research position with the Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property. Read more
Launched at the start of 2021, this project aims to define and implement rights to research within international copyright law and policy. We will produce high impact research, provide training to a global network of change makers, and connect a global academic network to the work of global and domestic organizations that represent researchers, libraries, museums, archives, educational and research institutions.
PIJIP chairs the network's Academic Advisory Board, constructed through the membership of the Global Expert Network on Copyright User Rights, which will create and disseminate research and analysis. The Board will release a Call for Research Proposals in Spring 2021 soliciting original papers and policy proposals.