For over 25 years, the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology (BCLT) has been the focal point at the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law for teaching, research, conferences, and student activities on issues at the intersection of law and technology.

Berkeley has the largest law and tech faculty of any school and offers the most extensive curriculum of courses on intellectual property, privacy, and other tech-related areas of the law.  As the digital world expands and COVID-19 shows how technology is a lifeline, Berkeley Law continues to lead in helping our legal and policy spheres keep pace.” Berkeley Law Transcript, Spring 2020.


BCLT by the Numbers infographic. Number 1 ranked IP law program for 19 years by US News. 50+ law and tech courses planned for 2021-2022. 9 BCLT faculty-authored textbooks. 9 major conferences planned for 2021-2022. 20+ other events planned. 18 faculty directors teaching full time and writing on law and tech issues. 3 faculty directors ranked among top 5 most cited IP scholars. 13 tech-focused student groups. 24 years BCLT has been collaborating with Federal Judicial Center. 800+ federal judges trained at the BCLT/FJC IP seminar.