Technology & Cyberlaw Clinic: Fieldwork (C)

LAWJD725

THIS CLASS IS RESTRICTED to students who have formally applied to and been accepted to the Technology and Cyberlaw Clinic. The Clinic provides counseling and guidance to assist MIT and BU students with laws and regulations that relate to their innovation-related academic and extracurricular activities. The clinic provides counseling in areas of technology law including data privacy and security, intellectual property, computer crimes, regulatory compliance, and public records laws. Representation of clients can include client counseling, negotiation with third parties, and, if capacity allows, litigation and other dispute resolution. The fieldwork may also include presentations to MIT and BU students and faculty about areas of law that are implicated in independent research and innovation. PRE/CO-REQUISITE: a course in one of the following three areas: (1) intellectual property (either an IP survey course or other core IP course such as patent, copyright, or trademark); (2) privacy (including information privacy seminar); or (3) cybersecurity. NOTE: The Technology & Cyberlaw Clinic satisfies the upper-class professional skills requirement and counts towards the 6 credit Experiential Learning requirement. GRADING NOTICE: This course does not offer the CR/NC/H option.
Fall 2017: LAW JD 725 , Sep 5th to Dec 7th 2017
SectionInstructorCreditsDaysTimeBuilding
A1Andrew Sellars4ARRTBD - TBD
Spring 2018: LAW JD 725 , Jan 16th to Apr 25th 2018
SectionInstructorCreditsDaysTimeBuilding
A1Andrew Sellars4ARRTBD - TBD