February 25, 2013
Sponsored by The Brennan Center in partnership with the Brademas Center, this event will host experts to discuss electronic privacy, focusing on government access to e-mail and other stored third party records.
This initiative establishes a public record of the first-person accounts, opinions, anecdotes and reflections of Members who retire from office each term.
This project explores difficulties that Congress faces when trying to predict outcomes, obstacles to policy making such as the existing committee structure and the increasingly divisive partisanship, and what can be done to make Congress more flexible and adaptive to future problems.
During the 8 to 10 week program, participants will be placed in an office of a Member of Congress (or an approved organization) where they will have an opportunity to gain political and policy-making skills at the federal level. Internships are open to undergraduate and graduate students at NYU.