Andrew Sellars

Director, Technology Law Clinic

Clinical Instructor

BS, Northeastern University
JD, The George Washington University School of Law

Areas of Interest
Intellectual Property

Andrew Sellars is the director of the Technology Law Clinic (formerly known as the Technology & Cyberlaw Clinic), in which BU Law students advise MIT students on laws and regulations that may affect their innovation-related academic and extracurricular projects. Before joining BU, Sellars was the Corydon B. Dunham First Amendment Fellow at Harvard University’s Berkman Center for Internet & Society. At the Berkman Center, he focused on a variety of legal issues surrounding technology, intellectual property, and civil liberties. His work included advising clients on online free expression and media law matters, defending independent computer security research, helping clients navigate copyright and trademark law, and advocating for greater privacy rights in emerging technologies. Over his five years at the Berkman Center, Sellars served as the assistant director of Berkman’s Digital Media Law Project, and as a clinical fellow at the Harvard Law School Cyberlaw Clinic. Sellars received his JD with high honors from the George Washington University Law School, where he was awarded the Peter D. Rosenberg Award for Patent and Intellectual Property Law and the Jan Jancin Award from the American Intellectual Property Law Association, awarded to the top intellectual property law student in the country.

  1. Andrew Sellars, "Twenty Years of Web Scraping and the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act," in Symposium Governing the Internet: Public Access, Private Regulation, 24 Boston University Journal of Science and Technology Law 372 (2018).
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