Job listings are available via Harvard, as follows:
Instructor -- http://brk.mn/CI2016
Fellow(s) -- http://brk.mn/CIF2016
Clinic clients and collaborators include mission-driven startups, non-profit advocacy organizations, scholars and researchers, government institutions, and creators of all stripes. The Clinic employs a fairly traditional law school clinical teaching model to offer pro bono legal services on tech issues. HLS students enroll for credit and gain practice experience by advising and representing clients, under the supervision of experienced practitioners. Details about the Clinic and the kinds of cases and projects that comprise its docket are available at http://clinic.cyber.harvard.edu.
The Fellow(s) and Instructor will be involved in leading teams of Harvard Law students as they complete pro bono work for clients, ranging from transactional works to advisory to advocacy. They will also participate in the greater Berkman Klein Center community.
The Cyberlaw Clinic team is passionate about technology and its power to promote innovation in the public interest and about educating and mentoring future lawyers. The Clinic is open to hearing from a wide variety of applicants with a range of areas of legal specialization. The Clinic would be particularly happy to hear from candidates with transactional backgrounds; an interest in government use of technology and civic innovation; and -- generally -- experience with and curiosity about law and policy issues that lie at the intersection of IP, privacy, and speech.
About the Cyberlaw Clinic
The Clinic provides high-quality, pro-bono legal services to appropriate clients on issues relating to the Internet, technology, and intellectual property. Students enhance their preparation for high-tech practice and earn course credit by working on real-world litigation, client counseling, advocacy, and transactional / licensing projects and cases. The Clinic strives to help clients achieve success in their activities online, mindful of (and in response to) existing law. The Clinic also works with clients to shape the law’s development through policy and advocacy efforts. The Cyberlaw Clinic was the first of its kind, and it continues its tradition of innovation in its areas of practice. The Clinic works independently, with law students supervised by experienced and licensed attorneys. In some cases, the Clinic collaborates with counsel throughout the country to take advantage of regional or substantive legal expertise. More information is athttp://clinic.cyber.harvard.edu.