Harvard Appoints John Palfrey to be the First ‘Clinical Professor of Law at Harvard’

Harvard Law School has taken a big step towards filling its deficit in cyberlaw scholarship, caused in part by John Zittrain relocating his center of gravity to Oxford, by appointing John Palfrey to be the First ‘Clinical Professor of Law at Harvard’.

I think it’s a terrific move for HLS…

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2 Responses to Harvard Appoints John Palfrey to be the First ‘Clinical Professor of Law at Harvard’

  1. Lou Brosper says:

    I guess they didn’t want to have a cyberlaw institute with no faculty members?

  2. What does ‘clinical’ mean in this context?

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