November 8, 2013 9:00 am
The Georgetown Law Journal invites everyone for a fast-paced and interesting discussion of "disruptive technology": What are the implications of 3-D printing for patent doctrine? How will the driverless cars of the not-so-distant future affect the way we look at tort liability? What does the Fourth Amendment have to say about mass surveillance programs?
The Volume 102 Symposium will feature a keynote address by Neal Katyal and panels on 3-D printing, driverless cars and tort liability, and mass surveillance technology. Stay tuned for more information on panel times and a full list of panel moderators and commentators!
CIS Resident Fellow Bryant Walker Smith moderating the Tort Liability in an Age of Driverless Cars panel.
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