Harvard Law School will offer the Counseling & Legal Strategy in the Digital Age seminar on Tuesday evenings this fall. Chris Bavitz and Dalia Topelson of the Cyberlaw Clinic will teach the course, and they encourage cross-registrants to apply. HLS has reserved a limited number of seats for graduate students from other schools at Harvard, including the Kennedy School, HBS, the GSD, HGSE, and SEAS.
The course may be of interest to those seeking to learn about the inner workings of organizations and companies that operate online and, in particular, about how individuals, Internet businesses, advocacy groups, and others develop legal strategies and manage legal risks associated with the development of technology and tech policy and the offering of goods and services via the Internet.
Details about the seminar are as follows:
Counseling & Legal Strategy in the Digital Age
Fall 2014 Seminar
Meets: T 5:00pm – 7:00pm
2 classroom credits
Interested students should contact the instructors (firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com) for additional information about the course and their respective Registrars for information about the cross-registration process.