The majority of our clients prefer to remain anonymous, and we respect that. Here are a few of our public projects:
Center for Cognitive Liberty & Ethics (ccle)
We helped create the world's first law, policy, and ethics center exclusively devoted to freedom of thought. We coined the phrase "cognitive liberty" and sparked interest in the idea, including filing the first ever "freedom of thought" amicus brief in the United States Supreme Court (United States v. Sell). It's also the only Supreme Court brief to cite Thomas Pynchon, if you can believe that.
If you have suffered a criminal conviction in California and are
desperately looking to make things right, visit convictionfree.com. In
addition to post-conviction relief, we specialize in the legal defense
of esoteric drug cases (phenethylamines, tryptamines, new molecules, ancient plants and potions).
Just as email was really picking up in 1997, and when the vile COPS TV show was in its early seasons, we created a "media parasite" that transformed the FoxTV show COPS into a vehicle for teaching constitutional rights in citizen-police encounters. We morphed from emails to audio commentary as soon as the tech made it possible.
We created one of the very first online streaming video film festivals that utilized early technology developed by Real Networks. The site featured counter-culture videos on topics as diverse as Baudrillard's theory of simulation, to fun social hacking, to lo-fi video-making. In 2008, the domain (sans content) was sold to a record label.
Not all our projects start with the letter "c", so if you have a good idea that needs creative legal support, don't feel confined. Contact us