Fees range from $700 (for a day session) to $2,500 (standard registration). No prior background in the subject of Internet Law is required; however, American lawyers may be eligible for Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit. Check out the agenda - it spans across a wide and interesting range of subjects (as fitting for this cross cutting, emerging topic) to explore all aspects of contemporary Internet Law, delivered via a series of lectures and discussions designed. I am suspecting that, like all Harvard programs, this will be intensive, interactive, group based and case-method centered.
(updated 9/4/05): Check out a the even wider scope schedule for the 2005 program.