Your support helps students gain vital hands-on legal experience to advance the public interest in a rapidly changing digital age, focusing on civil liberties, intellectual property, and criminal justice.
The Samuelson Law, Technology and Public Policy Clinic trains students through strategic opportunities in litigation, regulatory and legislative processes, and policy analysis. The clinic’s work focuses on three main areas: protecting civil liberties, ensuring a fair criminal justice system, and promoting balanced intellectual property laws and access to information policies. Students help represent public-interest clients to protect civil liberties, ensure a fair criminal justice system, and promote balanced intellectual property laws and access to information policies.
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