We’re excited to announce the fourth edition of our annual MIT IAP class, Law & Technology: Know Your Rights. In a week-long series of lunch talks, we will review current events and hot topics in technology law, and how they affect student research, activism, and startups. We’ll also have special guest speakers! Please see our IAP page for more […]
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Please join us at the BUild Lab at 12pm on Thursday, March 28 to learn about the legal issues that arise in applications of blockchain technologies, including information on cryptocurrencies, exchanges, and smart contracts. This presentation, by TLC student Zachary Sisko, will cover the following topics: The practical and legal differences between cryptocurrencies and tokens […]
Attention BU Law students! We are happy to announce that applications for the 2019 summer fellowships with the two BU/MIT clinics are now available on Symplicity. We’ll be hosting an information session on Monday, February 4 at 1pm in Room 209 to discuss these opportunities. The deadline to submit is 4pm on February 8. The […]
We’re excited to announce we’ll be holding our third iteration of our MIT independent activities period (IAP) series, Law & Technology: Know Your Rights on January 22-25. Please see our IAP page for more details and to RSVP. We hope to see you there!
We’re starting 2019 off with a change to our name! As of January 1, we are now officially the BU/MIT Technology Law Clinic, instead of the Technology & Cyberlaw Clinic. We announced this change on November 2, at a gathering of clinic alumni and community members. Our sister clinic is now named the BU/MIT Startup […]
Update: Click here to view the slides from the presentation. Are you using someone else’s copyrighted material? Please bring your lunch and join the Technology & Cyberlaw Clinic at 12:30pm in the BUild Lab for an Innovation Law Brown Bag Lunch Talk as we discuss copyrightable material, fair use, and the rights to your work. Topics include: Does […]
Announcing the Matthew Z. Gomes Fellowship Fund, to help support technology lawyers from underrepresented communities.
Applications for students wishing to join the Technology & Cyberlaw Clinic for the 2018-19 academic year are due by 5pm on Friday, March 30. Applications for our companion clinic, the Entrepreneurship & Intellectual Property Clinic, are also due on Friday. Students can apply to either clinic online. Both clinics are part of the BU/MIT Entrepreneurship, Intellectual […]
Innovate@BU, Boston University’s student innovation center, has opened the BUild Lab to serve as a home for innovation and research on campus. The BUild Lab will be a central hub where students can attend hands-on workshops, make connections with mentors, find funding sources, and collaborate with other students on projects that play to their passions. […]