The Real World of Law Practice

Brooklyn Law Incubator & Policy Clinic

The Brooklyn Law Incubator & Policy ("BLIP") Clinic functions as a modern, technology-oriented law firm. Since its inception in 2008, BLIP is 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. The BLIP experience is well-rounded -- in addition to learning the intricacies of representing start-ups, BLIP clinicians are at the forefront of tech-related policy issues and advocate on behalf of causes and businesses in various legislative, regulatory, and judicial arenas.

Students accepted into the BLIP Clinic come from diverse backgrounds and range from former engineers to musicians. Most have significant work and internship experience in tech, media, or government. All share a passion for law and policy in an Internet-enabled, digital world. BLIP alumni can be found in "big law" firms, boutique firms, non-profit organizations, government agencies, as in-house counsel, and as entrepreneurs in their own right.

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.

If you would like to inquire about BLIP's services for yourself or your venture, please send an email to:

Read more about Professor Jonathan Askin.
Read more about Professor Marjorie S. White.
Read more about Adjunct Professor Lynda M. Braun.

Read more about BLIP in Brooklyn Law Notes.

Interested in applying to be a BLIP client? Request BLIP Service.