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November 1, 2013
Reading Group at Harvard Law School
In Spring Semester, I'm running a reading group -- which seems to be a formal variant of a study group -- at Harvard Law School on "Security, Power, and the Internet. I would like a good mix of people, so non law students and non Harvard students are both welcome to sign up.
Posted on November 1, 2013 at 2:03 PM
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Would you be willing to publish the syllabus, so your readers can follow along at home?
Wish I could make it back to Cambridge for this. How about Skyping it?
Well, there are some of us who don't live (any longer) in the Boston area - some sort of alternative link would be great! :-)
I see your syllabus, Doc Sportello, and raise you a MOOC. Can we make this happen somehow?
non law students and non Harvard students are both welcome
And all the Harvard law students said: I object!
+1 on non-physical participation forms (syllabus, skype, mooc, whatever...)
Great idea. But, I echo spaceman, Nicola, and others - I'm not in the Cambridge area.
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