[Air-L] The state of Internet Law
crichter at hollins.edu
Wed Dec 15 20:51:03 PST 2010
Harvard, Stanford, Yale & Columbia are the top law schools in the country. So my guess is that the area is not being dismissed, but is viewed as cutting edge. It will take a bit of time before other schools get onboard, but they will--the internet and digital technologies, and the challenges they pose for traditional law aren't going away.
Christopher J. Richter
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Roanoke, VA 24020
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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) :-)
Do you think this is an area that is being ignored or dismissed as a legitimate niche?
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