2012 Stanford Law Review Symposium co-sponsored by the Stanford Center for Internet and Society.
February 2, 2012
Photos by Get Robo.
About the event: How should the legal system adjust to our evolving and oftentimes conflicting expectations of privacy? The symposium will bring together some of the nation's foremost practitioners and academics to address the conflict between privacy and our core values.
The symposium will begin Thursday evening with an interactive talk on robots, drones, and the civilian uses of military technology. On Friday, we will feature panels on privacy and its conflicting values, such as the First Amendment. The symposium will close with a keynote on Friday evening.
Last year, the Stanford Law Review symposium attracted roughly 400 Silicon Valley attorneys, professors, students, and advocates. Registration is free but required. CLE credit will be available.
Confirmed panelists include:
Keynote: Chief Judge Alex Kozinski, Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals
Opening Speaker: Catherine Crump (ACLU) Geff Brown (Microsoft)
Cindy Cohn (Electronic Frontier Foundation)
Simon Frankel (Covington & Burling LLP)
Tom Goldstein (Stanford Law School/Goldstein & Russell, P.C.)
Hank Greely (Stanford Law School)
Daniel Kreiss (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
Deven McGraw (Center for Democracy and Technology)
Kevin Milne (U.S. Department of Health & Human Services—Office for Civil Rights)
Stephen Morris (MLB Company)
Jeffrey Rosen (George Washington University Law School)
Peter Swire (Ohio State University Law School)
Omer Tene (Tene & Associates)
Eugene Volokh (UCLA Law School)
Conference Materials: CLE Credits will be available for practicing lawyers. Download the CLE Materials below.
All other panels http://www.stanfordlawreview.org/online/privacy-paradox
Registration Information: Registration for the event is complimentary, but required. Please click here to register.
For more information about this event and the Stanford Law Review, please visit http://www.stanfordlawreview.org.