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Archived Biography: Rebecca Brackley was an LLM candidate at Harvard Law School. She is particularly interested in intellectual property issues in cyberspace, including the intersection of constitutional law and intellectual property. Prior to joining the LLM program, Rebecca was an associate at Torys in Toronto, Canada working in the corporate and technology groups. Rebecca received both her LLB and H.BSc (in psychology) from the University of Toronto.

At the Berkman Center, Rebecca was a teaching fellow for the BOLD Series “Development on the Internet”. She was also involved in researching free speech issues in domain name disputes.

Projects & Tools

Berkman Online Lecture and Discussion (BOLD) Series

We offer computer-mediated seminars through our interactive Berkman Online Lecture and Discussion (BOLD) series. Topics have included intellectual property and privacy on the…


May 31, 2018

Memo Re: Use of Educational Institution Trademarks in Domain Names for Student Websites

An overview of the legal issues raised by a student’s use of a university trade or service mark in the domain name for a student website. (May, 2003)