The Cyberlaw Clinic balances its legal service mission with a mission to teach law students, and education and pedagogy are at the heart of the Clinic’s day-to-day operations. Students are involved in every aspect of client service, from client development to intake and retention to representation and advising, all under the supervision of licensed attorneys. Students also help the Clinic to identify and undertand important new issue areas and thus expand its practice.
The Clinic is hiring! We are especially interested in attorneys with social justice practices (inc practices that touch on race, gender, and economic issues) who have an interest in technology, even if they wouldn’t identify as tech lawyers. Details: brk.mn/1k5 pic.twitter.com/VL6W3r6TCB
📸:The @HarvardJOL Symposium on Regulating Social Media wrapped up with @HBWHBWHBW, @zittrain, @jc_simons, and @JessicaFjeld discussing 💬💬💬 the future of social media regulation. 👏👏👏 pic.twitter.com/CcIGOZ2ORf
📸: @KendraSerra, MA Assistant AG Jared Rinehimer, and @oliviersylvain discussing data protection, third-party applications, and advertising 💬💬💬at the @HarvardJOL Symposium on Regulating Social Media. pic.twitter.com/pFnK1FIgdt
The @HarvardJOL Symposium on Regulating Social Media kicks off with @cagoldberglaw, @benjaminwittes, and @cbavitz discussing online harassment, non-consensual image sharing, and harmful online speech. pic.twitter.com/SW9cSmilFJ
We couldn't agree more with assistant director @JessicaFjeld -- tech needs women, non-binary folx, POC, on #Halloween and every day! Happy trick or treating! There's candy in Wasserstein 5018 for anyone in the neighborhood 🎃🎃🎃 twitter.com/JessicaFjeld/s…