Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Announcement: 2nd Annual Privacy Law Scholar Conference, June 4-5 2009

The 2nd Annual Privacy Law Scholars Conference (PLSC) will be held at the Claremont Resort in Berkeley, CA, on June 4-5. PLSC is an academic paper workshop, and there are no panels of boring talking heads. Instead, we have two days of intense discussion about privacy issues.

If you have students who are interested in working in the privacy field, I strongly encourage you to pass on info about the event. It's free, and about 100 privacy academics (predominately law, but also econ and some computer science, including Peter Neumann, Chris Soghoian, and Jeff Jonas, the inventor of NORA) participate, as well as 50 leading legal practitioners. It's a wonderful opportunity to network, share ideas,etc.

Schedule and information

The password to all papers is plsc2009.

Send email to choofnagle at law.berkeley.edu if you would like to participate.