Call for Papers–Symposium on Regulating Big Data Cleveland Marshall College of Law April 8, 2016 This Symposium is convened by the Cleveland State Law Review, the flagship law journal at the Cleveland Marshall College of Law About the Symposium Today businesses are continually developing more sophisticated means of collecting and using data. Deliberate attacks to attempt to access this sensitive information have increased as well, yet a comprehensive regulatory scheme has not developed at the same rapid pace.
George Mason University School of Law, Arlington, Virginia
George Mason Law & Economics Center Program on Economics & Privacy
George Mason Law & Economics Center Program on Economics & Privacy: Digital Information Policy Scholars Conference
Call for Papers
April 29, 2016, George Mason University School of Law, Arlington, Virginia
The Program on Economics & Privacy (PEP), part of the Law & Economics Center at George Mason University School of Law, will host a Scholars Conference on the economics of digital information policy on April 29, 2016.
“Democracy as Idea and Practice Programme”, University of Oslo Workshop Global Constitutionalism without Global Democracy EUI
Sponsored by “Democracy as Idea and Practice Programme”, University of Oslo Workshop Global Constitutionalism without Global Democracy EUI, Florence 14-15 January 2016 International law is undergoing several profound transformations. New sectors develop as with the consolidation of the regime of Investment Arbitration or with the advancement of already existing areas as with the WTO.
The Yale Law School Information Society Project is seeking abstracts of papers for a conference on big data and algorithmic accountability to be held on April 1-2, 2016. The abstract submission deadline is August 23, 2015, by 11:59PM.
As the weather finally begins to look like summer here along the coast, the University of Massachusetts – Dartmouth School of Law wishes to invite you to our Third Annual Junior Faculty Scholarship Exchange.
Cybersecurity has become a critical national security and corporate security problem in the last fifteen years. Examples include hackings of the Pentagon, SONY, Target, JPMorgan Chase, Home Depot, various universities, and hospitals. A lively debate is now raging in Congress, academia, and in the corporate world over what steps should be taken. Attorneys are at the forefront of the problem in advising clients and securing confidential information. What duties do attorneys and corporations have to prevent a cyberattack? What duties do attorneys and corporations owe to their clientele?