Are you interested in public interest technology law and policy topics such as privacy, copyright, free speech, and patent reform, including issues like biometrics, international copyright agreements, fair use, mobile privacy, surveillance systems, patent-busting, social networking, FOIA suits, and digital archives? Would you like to work with public interest technology organizations like the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the Center for Democracy and Technology, Public Knowledge, the Mozilla Foundation, Creative Commons, or the ACLU? Do you want to learn real-world lawyering skills from a staff of dedicated public interest technology experts and advocates?If so, then participating in the Samuelson Law, Technology & Public Policy Clinic may be for you. Please join Clinic students and staff for our informational happy hour to find out more about the Clinic's work and students' experiences.
Beer, wine, and food provided!Find out more about the Samuelson Clinic here.