The next iteration of the iLaw program is a week-long session in Tallinn, Estonia, this December 13 – 17, which we’re doing along with a number of great partners. It’s targeted mainly, but not exclusively, at policy activists with an advanced understanding of law and information technology issues. It’s hosted by the eGovernance Academy, and co-sponsored by the Center for Democracy and Technology, the Advanced Network Research Group at Cambridge, and the Open Society Institute‘s Information Program. Applications are currently being accepted for the 50 places. There are 30 scholarships to be awarded. Applications, consisting of a CV and a letter of interest, should be sent to: [email protected].