Application Process

Please submit the following two documents by e-mail to no later than 5 p.m., PST on December 20, 2019.

Please also use the following subject header for your e-mail: “Submitted Application for Building LLTDM.”

  • Current CV
  • 2 page (maximum) Letter of Interest addressing: your experience with or interest in: the intersection of text data mining in digital humanities research and the law; your goals for applying knowledge and skills to be acquired at the Institute to your own activities; your goals for sharing knowledge and skills with others at your home institutions/affiliations; and, how you might support the Institute’s¬†commitment to diversity and equity.


If you are applying with a colleague from your institution (e.g. researcher/librarian pairs), please indicate the name of your colleague in your Letter of Interest. You must each submit separate applications, however.

As a reminder, due to various restrictions on funding and terms, applicants must be based in the United States.


  • October 2019: Call for applications
  • December 20, 2019: Applications due
  • January 2020: Application review
  • February 2020: Selection notifications
  • March 2020: Participant survey
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