Harvard Law School has appointed the Cyberlaw Clinic’s Managing Director, Christopher T. Bavitz a Clinical Professor of Law at HLS. Chris has been with the Clinic since 2008, when he joined as a Clinical Fellow. He oversees many of the Cyberlaw Clinic’s projects relating to copyright, trademark, online speech, and advising of mission-driven startups and entrepreneurs about their legal, business and strategic needs. He also works on issues relating to the use of technology to promote access to justice. “Chris brings imagination and deep experience in the digital and intellectual property worlds; his wide-ranging knowledge of media and IP law and his talent for creative problem-solving enable our students and colleagues to engage in exciting and meaningful advocacy and policy work,” said Harvard Law School Dean Martha Minow.
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