Join Me in Santa Clara, CA on February 22nd (Friday) at The Mobile Revolution:Legal Ramification of Spontaneity and Flexibility
Bay area readers, I am headed your way on Friday! I will be speaking at 10:15 at Santa Clara University School of Law at the Santa Clara Computer & High Technology Law Journal 2013 symposium titled, “The Mobile Revolution: Legal Ramifications of Spontaneity and Flexibility.” The event will take place on February 22, 2013 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Santa Clara's beautiful campus at the Locatelli Activity Center. My panel is at 10:15. REGISTER TODAY!
I will be speaking on the following panel:
Transforming Lives with Tech (starting at 10:15am): Innovators are now finding ways to serve public interest and social justice legal issues with technology. For example, in January 2011, when Egypt shut down Internet access, citizens in the midst of a political crisis were able to provide Twitter updates. Today, ordinary citizens, politicians and entrepreneurs are expanding the use of mobile technology to close the digital divide and widen access to life-changing opportunities. This panel will discuss some new technology slated to solve such social justice issues, as well as some of the accompanying legal concerns.
Speakers for the Transforming Lives With Tech panel:
- Marina C. Hsieh: Santa Clara University School of Law, Senior Fellow (Moderator)
- Gina McCauley: Blogging While Brown, Owner
- Elizabeth Sweeny: Santa Clara University, Frugal Innovation Lab Program Manager
- Michael McGeary: Engine Advocacy, Co-Founder and Chief Political Strategist; Hattery Labs, Strategist
- Steve Wright: Grameen Foundation, VP Poverty Tools and Insight