Christopher Walsh is the Clinical Instructional Fellow at the Cyberlaw Clinic of the Berkman Center. In the Cyberlaw Clinic, he supervises law students in providing legal assistance to a variety of clients, ranging from media creators to entrepreneurs to government agencies.
Prior to joining the Berkman Center, Chris was a litigation associate at Wolf, Greenfield & Sacks, where he litigated intellectual property matters before trial courts around the country and appellate courts in Boston and Washington, D.C. Chris is also a Berkman alum and has worked for Science Commons and U.S. Senator Edward Kennedy. Chris volunteered with the ACLU of Massachusetts to support the rights of Occupy Boston protesters and media covering the protests.
Chris is also active in campaigns to reduce the influence of money in politics and promote democratic self-governance. He is an organizer of Rootstrikers, an anti-corruption organization launched by Professor Lawrence Lessig, and has testified before the Massachusetts State Legislature on bills concerning campaign finance, transparency, and corporate accountability.
Chris holds a J.D. from Harvard Law School and a B.S. in Brain and Cognitive Sciences from MIT.
Last updated March 02, 2012