Citizen Media Law Project

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News and analysis related to media law and online journalism. Also covers the actions of Harvard's Citizen Media Law project, which provides "legal assistance, education, and resources for individuals and organizations involved in online and citizen media. We also provide research on free speech, newsgathering, intellectual property, and other legal issues related to online speech."

Author: David Ardia is co-founder and director of the Citizen Media Law Project and a fellow at Harvard Law School's Berkman Center for Internet & Society. Sam Bayard is assistant director of CMLP and a Berkman fellow. Kimberley Isbell is a staff attorney at CMLP and a Berkman Fellow. Dan Gillmor is co-founder of CMLP and director of the Center for Citizen Media, which is is jointly affiliated with the University of California, Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism and the Berkman Center; he is also director of the Knight Center for Digital Media Entrepreneurship at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University. Wendy Seltzer is a research fellow at the University of Colorado School of Law, founder of the Chilling Effects Clearinghouse, is on the Citizen Media Law Project board of advisers and authors Wendy's Blog: Legal Tags. Phil Malone is director of the Berkman Center’s Clinical Program in Cyberlaw. Matt Lovell is a partner at Kirkland & Ellis in Chicago. Mary-Rose Papandrea is a law professor at Boston College. Eric P. Robinson is a Staff Attorney at the Media Law Resource Center in New York City. Andrew Moshirnia is a student at Harvard Law school. Arthur Bright is a law student at Boston University.

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