Written advocacy in all its forms is core to the Cyberlaw Clinic’s practice. Clinic students and clinicians regularly write and submit amicus briefs on behalf of Clinic clients in state and federal courts nationwide. The Clinic also files briefs on behalf of parties in litigation and engages with administrative bodies. And, students and clinicians collaborate with clients to prepare legal guides, white papers, and other public-facing documents geared toward educating a broad audience on the nuances of complex legal issues. Clinic staff and students are also actively involved in broad-based public outreach through their written work and through events and media appearances.
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Great to hear that SCOTUS has granted cert in the Oracle/Google case, re: copyright and APIs. The @cyberlawclinic submitted an amicus brief earlier this year on behalf of IP scholars supporting the petition for certiorari, focused on fair use issues. clinic.cyber.harvard.edu/2019…
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