Harvard Law School - hls.harvard.edu
|Contract Title||Harvard Law School|
|Total Page Count||2||
Privacy: 1 page; Trademark Policy: 1 page. I almost think it's too short.
|The Right to Privacy||4 out of 5||
|The Right to Equal, Fair, & Reasonable Expression||5 out of 5||
This is almost not applicable because it seems to be a static website; there doesn't seem to be any way for someone to 'log in' or 'create an account'. Therefore, they get a 5.
|The Right to Control My Intellectual Property||5 out of 5||
The trademark notice is exclusively regarding the trademarks owned by Harvard Law. Therefore, there is no restriction.
|The Right to Sue||4 out of 5||
Law is presumably Massachusetts, though it doesn't say. Also, you probably don't have any standing to sue because it's very unlikely you or your business can be damaged since it's a static website, unless they somehow defame you. GOOD ASPECTS: No restrictions. BAD ASPECTS: I wish it would tell visitors clearly where to file a lawsuit if necessary.
|The Right to Low-Cost Arbitration||4 out of 5||
|The Right to Join a Class Action||5 out of 5||
|The Right to No Hidden Terms or Fees||5 out of 5||
|The Right to Fair Process & To Be Heard||0 out of 5||
|The Right to Appeal & The Right to Return||0 out of 5|
|The Right to Reasonable Terms||0 out of 5|
|Historical Fairness||5.78 out of 10|
|Historical User Ratings||10.0 out of 10|
|Historical Lack of Lawsuits or Arbitrations||10.0 out of 10|
|Public Placement of TOS Fairness Score & Link||0.0 out of 20|
|Total Rating||57.78 out of 100|
|Ways to improve|
Reviewed by the following attorneys and/or law students:
|First Name||Last Name||Country||Last updated|
|Monroe||Mann||USA - NY||05/23/2018|