[Air-L] The state of Internet Law
benander at essex.ac.uk
Thu Dec 16 03:30:55 PST 2010
We (well, my colleagues in Law) offer at least one:
which comprises a range of relevant modules.
On 16 Dec 2010, at 03:50, Thomas Jones wrote:
> In the US there are only a handful of law schools teaching Law, Science, and Technology tracks - otherwise known as Internet or Cyber Law. Harvard, Stanford, Yale, Columbia, and a few others have such a program or similar thereto.
> Most other law schools only offer a class or two in what is a young and vibrant area of law, especially in light of the recent Wikileaks escapade.
> Do any of you have any insight into other Law Schools that have, or are planning to have a Law, Science, and Technology Law track within their Law School? (Yes, Im looking for candidate law schools to apply to as well) :-)
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