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The software, hardware, platforms, and networks that we use every day are regulated by overlapping (and sometimes conflicting) sets of laws, policies, and norms. New technologies constantly create challenges and opportunities for policymakers, technology developers, and the general public, as they seek to understand and balance costs and benefits. Harvard Law faculty and students study the complexities at play in an effort to inform sound tech policy and encourage thoughtful innovation with an eye toward fairness and justice.

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Cyberlaw Clinic

The Cyberlaw Clinic, based at Harvard’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society, provides high-quality, pro-bono legal services to appropriate clients on issues relating to…

Government Lawyer: Semester in Washington Clinic

Students spend the entire Spring Term in Washington, D.C. working as legal interns in a variety of federal offices while taking an evening course on…

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Course Term Instructor(s)
Access to Justice in the Digital World Spring 2025 Reading Group Leah Plunkett
Algorithms, Rights, and Responsibilities Spring 2025 Reading Group Mason Kortz
Antitrust and Intellectual Property Fall 2024 Seminar Mark Popofsky
Case Studies in Public and Private Policy Challenges of Artificial Intelligence Spring 2025 Course Jonathan Zittrain
Comparative AI Governance Spring 2025 Seminar Maroussia Levesque, Martha Minow
Comparative Law: Why Law? The Experience of China Spring 2025 Course William Alford
Consumer Technologies, Regulations, and Markets Fall 2024 Reading Group Rory Van Loo
Cyberlaw Clinic Fall 2024 Clinic Christopher Bavitz
Cyberlaw Clinic Spring 2025 Clinic Christopher Bavitz
Cyberlaw Clinic Seminar Fall 2024 Seminar Christopher Bavitz, Mason Kortz, Wendy Chu
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