The Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School is a leader in the study of the law and policy around the Internet and other emerging technologies.
In addition to faculty, staff, and full-time residential Fellows, the CIS attracts fascinating and highly qualified non-residential Fellows to further the interdisciplinary study of public interest technology law issues. CIS 2005-2006 Non-Residential Fellows are Woodrow Barfield, Peter Berghammer, Marilee S. Chan, Jonathan Eisenberg, Tarleton Gillespie, Lawrence Greenberg, Andrew Jankowich, Nicola Lucchi, Matthew Margolin, Péter Munkácsi, Tom Rubin, Colin Rule, Barbara van Schewick, David Wiley, and Jim Youll. Read more » about Fellowship Program
The CIS offers Stanford Law School students a clinical program in public interest Internet law through its Cyberlaw Clinic. Students enrolled in the clinical program assist attorneys in advising clients, and litigation cases. The clinic is taught by director and attorney Jennifer S. Granick. Read more » about Cyberlaw Clinic
Stanford Professor of Law Lawrence Lessig is the Founder and Director of the Center for Internet and Society. Executive Director Jennifer S. Granick teaches the Stanford Law School Cyberlaw Clinic, in which bar certified law students provide legal representation to clients on matters involving computer technology and the public interest. Ms. Read more » about Overview of Center Operations
The Center for Internet and Society (CIS) is a public interest technology law and policy program at Stanford Law School and a part of Law, Science and Technology Program at Stanford Law School. Read more » about About Us