a Boalt student group working for the public interest in technology law
two types of blogs.
1. Blogs representing a collaboration between boalt.org members and
others on the Berkeley campus with similar interests. bIPlog (the Berkeley Intellectual
Property Blog) is the prime example of this sort of blog. It was
originally created as part of a class consisting of Journalism, SIMS, and Law students, was kept running
primarily by Mary Hodder
after the class ended, and is now
a collaborative project between
boalt.org members and the founding contributors.
2. Blogs with content developed by Boalt Hall student
organizations. These blogs are entirely the creation of the
individual student groups. If your Boalt student organization would
like to run its own blog, boalt.org will host it free of charge, and
from time to time will offer training sessions on using the blogging
software. Contact email@example.com.
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