One event on April 30, 2021 at 12:00 pm
Harvard Law School students will soon have the opportunity to enroll in clinics for the 2021-22 academic year. We urge students to consider all of the extraordinary clinical programs at HLS, which cover a huge range of substantive issue areas, offer different types of practice opportunities, and take a variety of approaches to learning and pedagogy. And, we particularly hope that they will consider joining us here in the Cyberlaw Clinic.
The Cyberlaw Clinic is HLS’s technology law and policy clinical program. We have been up and running for more than two decades, having celebrated our 20th anniversary during the 2019-20 academic year. Our client and project selection activities are driven by a core set of values, which are posted on the front page of our website. Our practice exists at the intersection of law, technology, and social justice, and we work in a broad range of legal areas, including civil rights and civil liberties (e.g., First and Fourth Amendment), human rights, intellectual property, cybersecurity, state and local government, internet business law, and more. We work hard to ensure students get to do the work that most interests them during their time in the Clinic, while at the same time ensuring that all students are exposed to the full range of activities. A technical background is by no means required for students to enroll in the Clinic.
We will be holding two office hours sessions — Monday April 26 at 12 noon (ET) and Friday April 30 at 12 noon (ET)— for interested students. Members of the Clinic team and some past and current students will be available to talk about our work. We hope you will join us with your questions!
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For more information about the Cyberlaw Clinic: https://clinic.cyber.harvard.edu