Internet Law Program (iLaw)
Taught by world-renowned experts in the field, the Berkman Klein Center’s Internet Law Program (iLaw) addresses the most pressing cyberlaw issues being debated by lawmakers in the U.S. and internationally.
The Berkman Klein Center initiated the Internet Law Program in 2000 to offer the public a way to learn about legal, economic, and public interest debates surrounding the Internet. The program has focused particularly on national and international regulatory frameworks governing Internet usage.
A new version of iLaw will be taught in September, 2011: