Skip to the main content

Internet Law Colloquium

Note: Links may be inaccessible or out of date

Internet Law Colloquium

Harvard Law School and the Berkman Center are pleased to announce the Internet Law Colloquium, a discussion and speaker series launched by professors William Fisher, Charles Nesson, John Palfrey, and Jonathan Zittrain. The colloquium presents topics and papers on current issues and controversies in Internet law. Presenters come from multiple disciplines and offer divergent perspectives on law, technology, and their social implications. Students in the Colloquium will work on original research papers under the guidance of one of the faculty members.

In the 2005 academic year, the Colloquium meets on Wednesdays from 5:00 - 7:00PM in Morgan Courtroom, Austin Hall (third floor). For questions about the Colloquium, please send e-mail to Berkman Fellow Derek Bambauer (dbambaue AT cyber.harvard.edu).

Term Paper Update: The papers for the Colloquium are due 11 May 2005, by 5:00PM. Please e-mail them to Derek Bambauer.

Please visit the H2O project for the Colloquium.

The Colloquium's schedule:

 

2004

 

2005

 

 

Past Event
Sep 15, 2004 - May 11, 2005

Publications 01

Nov 10, 2004

Internet Law (forthcoming, Foundation Press) Chapter 17: Cybercrime (preliminary version)

“Cybercrime” is an amorphous field. It refers broadly to any criminal activity that pertains to or is committed through the use of the Internet. More