The Recorder: “Cyber Victims Defense Clinic to Launch at California Irvine School of Law”
- July 26, 2017
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Law school students will volunteer at the clinic and get cross-disciplinary specialized training in cybersecurity matters. The clinic will help the victims reach out to law enforcement and weigh civil legal options, according to Bryan Cunningham, the institute’s founding executive director.
“Of the key purposes [of the clinic] is to make law school students aware of the technology and policy issues, and get a cross-training approach to these things,” Cunningham told Legaltech News. At some later point, the clinic may also provide specialized training on cybersecurity to prosecutors, defense lawyers and judges, Cunningham said.
Read the story at The Recorder.