The Cyberlaw Clinic at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society engages Harvard Law students in a wide range of real-world litigation, licensing, client counseling, advocacy, and legislative projects and cases. The clinic, the first of its kind, covers a broad spectrum of Internet, new technology, and intellectual property legal issues.
The scope of the clinic's work includes counseling and legal guidance for complex open access, digital copyright and fair use issues; litigation, amicus filings; and other advocacy to protect online speech and anonymity. The clinic also provides legal resources and advice for citizen journalists. More information can be found here.