Center for Law, Information and Creativity (CLIC)
The Future Is Just A CLIC Away ...
The Center for Law, Information and Creativity (CLIC) combines the study of innovation and creativity with Northeastern University School of Law’s social justice mission.
CLIC is a unique environment attracting diverse scholars, lawyers, students, creators, innovators, start-up ventures and established companies to study the regulation of intellectual property and technology with the aim of promoting progress.
Faculty affiliated with CLIC teach courses and conduct research in information security, privacy regulation, entertainment and media law, intellectual property, internet and e-commerce, lawyering and entrepreneurship, and creative communities. Through the School of Law’s signature Cooperative Legal Education Program, CLIC provides guidance to students who seek internships with clients and organizations that are navigating the dynamic world of technology regulation, creative and scientific development, privacy, security and entrepreneurship.
Northeastern's intellectual property program was awarded an “A+” in the spring 2023 issue of preLaw magazine. The magazine takes into account a law school's breadth of curricular offerings when compiling the rankings. Northeastern Law has also been ranked as a Tier 1 “Privacy School” by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).
CLIC aims to have a public impact through its research, teaching, program development and partnerships.
CLIC’S On-Campus Collaborators:
- Network Science Institute
- Center for Resilience Studies
- College of Social Sciences and Humanities
- Cybersecurity and Privacy Institute
- Sustainability and Data Science
- Computer Science and Information Studies
- School of Criminology and Criminal Justice
- Department of Health Sciences
- D’Amore-McKim School of Business
- Ethics Institute
- Khoury College
- Information Design and Visualization (program)
- College of Arts, Media and Design
- College of Engineering
- School of Journalism
- Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program
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Select courses in intellectual property include:
Branding Law and Practice
Creative & Innovative Economies: IP, Community Development, Sustainable Business Practice
Information Security Law
Global AIDS Policy Seminar
Intellectual Property Law Clinic
Intellectual Property Transactions Practice
Law Practice Technology and the Legal Profession