From the Copyright Office: The Copyright Office’s Barbara A. Ringer Copyright Honors Program is an eighteen to twenty-four month paid fellowship designed for attorneys in the early stages of their career with a dedicated interest in copyright law. During this program, Ringer Fellows work closely with senior attorneys in the Copyright Office on cutting-edge issues of copyright law and policy before Congress, the courts, and with other government agencies. A current Ringer Fellow is listed on the cover of the government’s Supreme Court brief in the Star Athletica v. Varsity Brands case, "a well-deserved recognition of her contributions."
The application period for fall 2017 spots in the program is closing on .
Interested applicants can visit http://www.copyright.gov/
about/special-programs/ringer. html for more information. If any of your students have any questions, they can send an email to RingerHonorsProgram@loc.gov.