CAIDP provides the opportunity for full-time students in law, computer science, or public policy to work with the Center during the Semester for academic credit or during the summer. Typical externships include intensive work in AI policy research and analysis, as well as the opportunity to connect with experts and leaders in the AI policy field. CAIDP externs have participated in meetings with Members of the European Parliament, and drafted AI policy recommendations for the Council on Foreign Relations, the European Law Institute, the Global Partnership on AI, the Global Privacy Assembly, the US Office of Science and Technology Policy, and others.
CAIDP has partnered with Campbell Law School, Duke Law School, Georgetown Law, Harvard Law School, Stanford Law School, and TU Wien for externship opportunities. We welcome other partnerships. Interested applicants should send a letter of interest, a CV, and a relevant writing sample to Marc Rotenberg. Institutions may also contact Marc for further information about the program. Listings in Externship Directories are appreciated. Externships may be conducted remotely or at the CAIDP offices in Washington, DC.
[CAIDP Extern Program Participants]
Externs are currently providing research and analysis for AI policy work for these CAIDP partner organizations:
Externs completed research and analysis for these CAIDP partner organizations:
CAIDP externs are also conducting research for Rotenberg, et al, The Law of Artificial Intelligence, the first US casebook on AI law. The manuscript will be completed in late 2022 and the book will be available in Spring 2023.
Georgetown Law School students Isabela Parisio, Christabel Randolph and Afnan Aldakhi, with CAIDP Chair Merve Hickok at the House Committee on Oversight and Accountability, following a hearing on "Advances in AI: Are We Ready For a Tech Revolution?' Washington DC. March 2023.
Stanford Law School student August Gweon participating in meeting with members of the European Parliament Special Committee on Artificial Intelligence in the Digital Age. Washingon, DC. November 2021.
Stanford Law School student Jessica Seamands partipating in meeting with members of the European Parliament Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice, and Home Affairs ("LIBE"). Washington, DC. May 2022.