When: Thursday, November 8, 2012
6:00pm Reception - Neukom Faculty Lounge (Neukom Building)
7:00pm Panel Begins - Room 190 (Stanford Law School)
559 Nathan Abbott Way, Stanford, CA 94305
Free and open to the public.
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Come hear the story of an extraordinary new law from the people who made it happen. Two years ago, no state legislature had even contemplated self-driving cars. Now, three states have passed legislation, several more are considering it, and Nevada's DMV has issued the world's first autonomous vehicle test plates to Google. What happened? The answer reveals how the legislative and regulatory process actually works — and provides important lessons to others that may follow Nevada's path. Join Nevada's Assembly transportation chair and DMV director, Google's Nevada lobbyist, and others for a candid discussion of the recent past and the not-so-distant future.

Panelists include:
Marilyn Dondero-Loop - Chair, Assembly Transportation Committee
Bruce Breslow - Director, Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles
Troy Dillard - Deputy Director, Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles
David Estrada - Legal Director, Google
Bryant Walker Smith (Moderator) - Resident Fellow, Center for Internet and Society


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