The Cyberlaw Clinic began in 1999, with the Berkman Center for Internet & Society’s announcement of a new “Clinical Research Program.” As the program heads into its sixteenth year, we at the Clinic have the opportunity to reflect on the events of 2014. From student work and public events, to changes among the Clinic staff, to new modes of teaching and updates to structure of the program itself, we wanted to share some highlights of the past calendar year as we look ahead to the rest of 2015.
Student Participation and Enrollment
In 2014, the Clinic continued its pattern of growth from previous years, with our largest-ever semester of Clinic enrollment this fall. Across the winter, spring, and fall terms of 2014, the Clinic enrolled more than sixty students. In addition, five full-time interns supported the Clinic’s work during the summer months and participated in the Berkman Center’s vibrant summer internship program.
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