Category Archives: Teaching

Cyberlaw Clinic Style Guide

Since 2018, the Cyberlaw Clinic has had an internal style guide, to ensure consistency across our publications and assist students’ development of strong legal writing skills. As we drafted it, we made frequent reference to other style guides, including the … Continue reading

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Harvard Students: Apply to be Part of the Digital Problem Solving Initiative

Applications for the Harvard University-wide Digital Problem-Solving Initiative are currently live and will remain open through Tuesday, September 9th at 11:59 pm.  DPSI brings together a diverse group of learners (including students, faculty, fellows, and staff) to work on real-world … Continue reading

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Cross-Register for “Counseling & Legal Strategy in the Digital Age” Seminar

Harvard Law School will offer the Counseling & Legal Strategy in the Digital Age seminar on Tuesday evenings this fall.  Chris Bavitz and Dalia Topelson of the Cyberlaw Clinic will teach the course, and they encourage cross-registrants to apply.  HLS … Continue reading

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