Following last week’s news about changes at the Cyberlaw Clinic, we wanted to formally announce the launch of the Clinic’s new website: cyberlawclinic.berkman.harvard.edu. The site describes the Clinic’s practice; collects some of the amicus briefs, other court filings, and publications to which the Clinic has contributed over the years; summarizes past and future Clinic-related events; and offers information relevant to both prospective students and potential clients.
We’ve ramped up our blogging activities in recent months, and we hope you’ll follow along on the blog (via RSS or otherwise) — and on Twitter and Facebook — to keep tabs on what we’re doing and what’s going on in our areas of interest.
The site focuses on the Clinic’s work during the last four or five years. We look forward to expanding coverage of the Clinic’s early days; in the meantime, Internet archaeologists may wish to take a ride in the Wayback Machine and check out the Berkman Center’s announcement of its inaugural Clinical Research Program in 1999.
Thanks to the Berkman Center’s Geek team – and particularly to Justin Clark – for helping to get the site online.