March 29 Wednesday

A Conversation with Travis LeBlanc '03 – Net Neutrality, Cybersecurity, and Beyond

6:00PM to 7:00PM

Room 120

Join ACS, the Information Society Project, TechSoc, and YLBS for a conversation with Travis LeBlanc and BJ Ard at 6pm on March 29th in room 120. How will net neutrality fare in the new administration? What steps can be taken to safeguard it? What options does the administration have available to tear down the framework already built? Dinner will be served.

March 30 Thursday

Digital Security for Clinic Students

5:00PM to 6:00PM

Baker Hall, 40 Ashmun Street, Room A422

Are you concerned about the security of your electronic messages?
    Wondering why everyone is talking about Signal?  Confused about
    @ylsclinics email?  Curious about your ethical obligations and how best
    to guard the confidentiality of client communication?
  
    This training is for you.  We will set up PGP encryption for e-mail and
    discuss secure text, audio, and video messaging like Signal.  Bring your
    computer, cellphone, and burning questions about digital security.
  

March 31 Friday

We Robot 2017

(All day)

Room 127

Registration is required via EventBrite; attendance is free.

April 1 Saturday

We Robot 2017

(All day)

Room 127

Registration is required via EventBrite; attendance is free.

April 4 Tuesday

General Counsel as Public Policy Advocate with Michal Rosenn, GC Kickstarter

12:10PM to 1:00PM

Baker Hall A005

Engaging with—and influencing—public policy is increasingly a core part of even small companies' businesses. And where startups and other growing companies aren't yet large or established enough to have dedicated policy departments, the job of government relations and public policy management often falls to the in-house legal team. This talk will explore the ways general counsels can make their mark on topics ranging from regulatory issues to national constitutional questions, and use the in-house legal platform to have an impact far beyond the company's walls. 

April 4 Tuesday

The Clinic on Governance Innovation and the Information Society Project invite you to: Blockchain and the Future of Transparent and Accountable Government

2:10PM to 3:00PM

Yale Law School - SLB - 128

Come connect with the leading civic innovators pioneering the development and deployment of Blockchain to learn what this groundbreaking technology is, how it is being used to create more transparent and accountable legal and governing processes, and where the risks and pitfalls might be.

April 5 Wednesday

First Amendment Salon: Floyd Abrams on the Soul of the First Amendment

12:00PM to 1:00PM

Room 120

Conversation with Floyd Abrams on The Soul of the First Amendment

Floyd Abrams, a noted lawyer and award-winning legal scholar specializing in First Amendment issues, examines the degree to which American law protects free speech more often, more intensely, and more controversially than is the case anywhere else in the world.

April 13 Thursday

Graphics at Trial: Litigation and Visual Representation

11:00AM to 12:00PM

SLB Room 109

Please join the Visual Law Project and TechSoc for a coffee chat with Greg Diskant. Greg is a senior litigation partner at Patterson Belknap. As part of his active trial practice, Mr. Diskant regularly tries cases in federal and state courts and before arbitration panels, focusing on complex commercial and intellectual property litigation. As part of his work, he focuses on the use of visual graphics at trial to make the complex understandable. 

April 13 Thursday

Storytelling and the Law with Emily Bazelon

4:00PM to 5:00PM

SLB Room 110

Please join the Visual Law Project on April 13th at 4PM in Room 110 for an hour conversation with Emily Bazelon about storytelling and the law that explores how we can tell legal stories outside of the courtroom that resonate with different audiences and the role of images in legal storytelling. To facilitate better conversation, please read the following articles before the session: Should Prostitution Be a Crime?

April 18 Tuesday

It’s Too Complicated: How the Internet Upends Katz, Smith, and Electronic Surveillance Law with Susan Landau

12:00PM to 1:00PM

Room 128

It’s Too Complicated: How the Internet Upends Katz, Smith, and Electronic Surveillance Law with Susan Landau, Professor of Cybersecurity Policy

  • 1 of 2
Add to My Calendar