The Stanford Law School’s Center for Internet and Society (CIS) is currently accepting applications for non-residential fellowships. CIS Non-Residential Fellows work independently and with CIS staff and faculty on projects related to CIS’ mission. These non supported fellowships allow practitioners to benefit from synergies with Stanford Law School in their scholarly research. This fellowship is particularly appropriate for individuals who are interested in studying a cyberlaw issue or working on a cyberlaw project that is outside the scope of their usual work and who would benefit from the affiliation with and support of Stanford CIS. Online applications only by 15 August 2006.