Communications Law and Technology Clinic students Harsimar Dhanoa and Jonathan Greengarden publish op-ed in Slate on children's privacy.
Communications & Technology Law Clinic (IPR)
The Communications & Technology Law Clinic works on cases involving the intersection of law and technology.
Virtually every aspect of media and telecommunications law has been affected by the digital revolution. By representing non-profit organizations, the clinic works to ensure that technologies are used to serve rather than harm underrepresented groups, including people of color, persons with disabilities, and children.
The clinic represents nonprofit organizations working to adopt, enforce, and defend laws and policies that promote the use of technologies to serve the public interest. The clinic practices before the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), other federal agencies, and federal appellate courts. The clinic has existed as part of Georgetown’s Institute for Public Representation since 1980.