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Christina Zuba Reflects on Summer at HIRC

October 2, 2015

Via Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinical Program By Christina Zuba, 2015 Cleary Gottlieb Summer Fellow I am unbelievably grateful for the time I spent working as the Cleary Gottlieb Summer Fellow at the Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinical Program (HIRC).  Throughout my summer at HIRC, I was challenged daily and learned so much about immigration law, […]

Massachusetts SJC Ruling Protects Cellphone Location Privacy

October 2, 2015

Via Cyberlaw Clinic In a strong affirmation of the privacy interests of cellphone users, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) ruled unanimously earlier this week that law enforcement agencies in the Commonwealth must obtain a warrant to access anything more than a minimal amount of the cell-site location information (CSLI) that telecommunications companies collect about […]

Harvard Law’s Community Enterprise Project Heads to Oakland, Forges Partnership with Sustainable Economies Law Center

September 30, 2015

By Matt Diaz, J.D. ’16  In early August, Amanda L. Kool, Lecturer on Law and Clinical Instructor of Harvard Law School’s Community Enterprise Project of the Transactional Law Clinics (“CEP”), and CEP clinical student Matt Diaz, J.D. ’16, met with staff members of the Sustainable Economies Law Center (“SELC”) in Oakland, California to cement a […]