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Counsel to the Internet Client: Practical Advice, Strategy and Litigation - Fall 2001

Welcome to the course website for Counsel to the Internet Client: Practical Advice, Strategy and Litigation, sponsored by The Berkman Center for Internet and Society.

This semester, we will explore the nuts and bolts of advising and defending Internet-related businesses, organizations and individuals. With the help of practicing cyberlawyers and other outside participants, we will delve into some of the most contested issues involving intellectual property, speech, and privacy on the Net, and the means by which courts and legislatures are asked to take sides and, at times, affect the course of the Internet's evolution.

As a prerequisite for this 25-person seminar, you must have completed either Professor Zittrain's "Internet and Society" or Professor Nesson's "Exploding Internet." Enrollment is by application to the professors; email Professor Zittrain for more information. This seminar, catalog number 91790-11, garners 2 classroom credits and meets on Mondays from 4:00 - 6:00.


Course Syllabus

Meet the Course Instructors

Weekly readings

Course Req.s