The Brooklyn Law Incubator & Policy (“BLIP”) Clinic functions as a modern, technology-oriented law firm. Since its inception in 2008, BLIP has been training a new generation of lawyers who are well-versed across the spectrum of skills needed to represent emerging tech, Internet, communications, and new media companies.
To date, BLIP has helped more than 500 clients presenting diverse legal, business, and policy challenges. BLIP accepts clients who require creative legal representation and arguably advance the Internet or digital economy, and for whom expensive legal services would act as a barrier to entry in their respective industries.
BLIP has helped clients with incorporation, intellectual property protection, structuring licensing agreements, web documentation, and has also provided litigation support and general legal advice.
This blog is wholly created and written by law students of Brooklyn Law School’s BLIP Clinic under the supervision of the clinical program, for educational purposes only. All posts are meant to provide general information regarding certain areas of law, not to provide specific legal advice.
The views expressed by authors on this website do not necessarily reflect the views of Brooklyn Law School. Neither Brooklyn Law School, its employees, students, nor any other entity accepts responsibility for any loss that may arise from reliance on information contained on this site.
By using this website, you understand that no attorney-client relationship has been formed between you and the writers, editors, publishers, or moderators of this blog. Submitting a question or emailing the program does not create an attorney-client relationship unless the clinicians have specifically agreed to represent you or your company individually. The blog should not be used as a substitute for legal advice from a licensed attorney in your state.