Third Annual Internet Law Works-in-Progress Event
March 16, 2013
Santa Clara Law
The High Tech Law Institute at Santa Clara University School of Law and The Institute for Information Law and Policy at New York Law School are pleased to host the third annual work-in-progress series for internet law scholarship.
Schedule – Subject to Change
Time allocations: project = 20 minutes (presentation AND discussion); paper = 30 minutes (presentation AND discussion)
|8:40-9:10||Continental Breakfast-Williman Room|
|9:10-9:15||Welcome – Williman Room|
Speech #1—Parlor B
* Enrique Armijo / Kill Switches, Forum Doctrine, and the First Amendment’s Digital Future (paper)
Privacy #1—Parlor C
* Seny Kamara / Crypto-Enabled Clouds and Their Impact on Privacy and Policy (project)
Intellectual Property—Parlor B
* Lydia Pallas Loren / Viability of $30 Casebook (paper)
Privacy #2—Parlor C
* Jennifer Stisa Granick / Principles for Regulation of Government Surveillance in the Age of Big Data (paper)
Group Photo at 1:30!
Speech #2—Parlor B
* Anjali S. Dalal / Administrative Constitutionalism and the Growth of the Surveillance State (paper)
Privacy #3 and more—Parlor C
* Adam Candeub / Search Engines: Antitrust Law in the Feedback Economy (project)
Speech #3—Parlor B
* Jane Bambauer / Is Data Speech? (paper)
* Derek Bambauer / Ghost in the Network (paper)
|4:50-5:00||Wrap-up – Williman Room|
|5:00-6:30||Dinner – Williman Room|
(room assignments TBD)
Discussants: Nicholas Bramble, Scott Boone, Valentina Bratu, Colleen Chien, Ed Felten, David Friedman, Andrew Gilden, Eric Goldman, Dan Hunter, Arash Izadi, Tim Lordan, Geoffrey Manne, Stephen McJohn, Tyler Ochoa, Daniel Seng, Peter Swire, Berin Szoka, Rebecca Tushnet, Fred von Lohmann, Peter Yu
Make a weekend of your visit to Santa Clara University! In addition to the work-in-progress event on March 16, we will have several other activities of interest:
* March 15, during the day: an academic conference with a 15 year retrospective on the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Attendees at the work-in-progress event will get free admission to the DMCA conference.
* March 15, evening: a dinner for speakers from the DMCA conference and attendees of the work-in-progress event
* March 15, after dinner: Game Night #1: powerpoint karaoke
* March 16, during the day: the Internet Law work-in-progress event, including breakfast, lunch and dinner
* March 16, after dinner: Game Night #2, including D & D quests
* March 17: for anyone who doesn’t have to rush off to catch a flight, Eric Goldman will lead a morning hike to a nice local hiking venue (rain will cancel the hike)
As you can see, it will be quite a fiesta all weekend. Don’t miss it!
For more information, contact Eric Goldman at email@example.com.
The next event in the series will be held at New York Law School in Manhattan in Spring semester 2014.