Author: Technology Law Clinic

We’re Hiring! Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor

The Technology Law Clinic seeking an attorney with technology law experience to join us for the 2021-22 and 2022-23 Academic Years as a Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor! Full job description and application instructions are here, and applications received on or before January 31, 2021 will be given full consideration. Boston University School of Law believes […]

Summer Job Opportunities at the BU/MIT Law Clinics!

We are happy to announce that the two BU/MIT Law Clinic are now receiving applications from current BU Law 1Ls and 2Ls to participate in our summer program. We’ll be hosting an information session on Thursday, January 16 at 1pm in Room 101 to discuss these opportunities. The deadline to apply is Tuesday, January 21, […]

The clinic is hiring a Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor!

The Technology Law Clinic seeking an attorney with technology law experience to join us for the 2019–20 Academic Year as a Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor! The professor will supervise and assist the students in the Technology Law Clinic as they work with our clients on matters of data privacy, intellectual property, and cybersecurity. The professor […]

SCOTUS: Confidential Sale of Invention Triggers 1-Year Deadline for Patent Application

(We are delighted to host this client alert written by Kristen Elia, a student in our companion clinic, the Startup Law Clinic.) Attention all aspiring inventors! Your patent applications could be rejected as a result of prior confidential sales of your patentable invention, as re-emphasized in a recent Supreme Court ruling. In brief: The on-sale […]

BU Law students! Apply by April 5 for the 2019-2020 clinic!

Attention BU Law students! Applications are open to rising 2Ls and 3Ls to join the Technology Law Clinic for the 2019–2020 academic year. We’re looking for all students with an interest in technology legal issues, be that in data privacy, intellectual property, cybersecurity, or media and First Amendment law. No prior background in technology is […]

Understanding and avoiding risks associated with machine learning

Written by Imran Malek, Technology Law Clinic Introduction Nearly every aspect of our lives is either enhanced by or depends on computing technology – whether it be through the networks and platform that we access using the devices on our desktops, under our TVs, or in our pockets. With the advent of machine learning, the […]