Protecting Innovation by Supporting Student Research and Discovery
The BU/MIT Technology & Cyberlaw Clinic is a pro bono service for students at MIT and BU who seek legal assistance with their innovation-related academic and extracurricular activities. Boston University School of Law students, under attorney supervision, provide counseling and representation to students with their academic- and innovation-related projects, activities, experiments, and ventures.
The Technology & Cyberlaw Clinic is part of a collaboration between Boston University School of Law and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Along with its companion clinic — the Entrepreneurship & Intellectual Property Clinic, which provides legal advice to startups coming out of MIT and BU — BU Law students are given an opportunity to work on cutting-edge issues of technology law, while students at both universities can obtain legal guidance and assistance with their research.
Current MIT and BU students who are interested in speaking with either clinic can contact them here.