The House Committee on the Judiciary, IP Subcommittee, is currently accepting applications for their fall internship program.
The deadline to apply is June 15th.
Currently, it is anticipated that at least some of the fall internship program will be conducted remotely. However, all applicants should be available to intern in Washington, D.C., if circumstances permit, over the course of the program.
The committee has projects on the horizon including work on a bill to address the prevalence of counterfeiting on online platforms, a review of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act’s provisions governing copyright liability on the internet following the Copyright Office’s just-issued and long-anticipated report, and consideration of whether there needs to be a legislative fix to the Patent Trial and Appeal Board in light of the finding of an Appointments Clause violation in Arthrex.
For more information and to apply, visit the website. Students should include their interest in working on the House IP Subcommittee in their application.