Rutgers Law Review and The Institute for Professional Education are pleased to announce
Friday, March 29, 2013 | 9:00 am – 4:30 pm
Hyatt Regency, 2 Albany Street | New Brunswick, NJ 08901
This symposium will examine the effect of new technology on privacy in the current legal climate, how well current law protects societal expectations of privacy, and explore the future of privacy protections under law. Recent developments in technology that permits both government and private entities to conduct location tracking, obtain information from cell phones, conduct surveillance from drones and aggregate masses of information about an individual, pose significant issues for privacy under the existing legal framework.
Current legal issues concerning privacy under the Fourth Amendment and other law.
Location tracking – what it is, how it is done by private industry and the government, and how it matters to societal and legal notions of privacy.
How information stored on cell phones is addressed in the current legal framework.
Drone technology – its domestic uses and the effect on privacy.
The Future of Privacy – an examination of emerging technologies and developing law.
Jonathan Askin – Associate Professor of Clinical Law, Brooklyn Law School.
Kade Crockford – Director of the Technology for Liberty project at the ACLU.
Bryan Cunningham – Senior Counselor, Palantir Technologies, Information Security and Privacy Lawyer and Consultant.
Clifford Fishman – Professor, Columbus School of Law at The Catholic University of America.
Erez Liebermann – Deputy Chief, Economic Crimes Unit Chief, Computer Hacking and IP Section United States Attorney’s Office, District of New Jersey.
Anne McKenna – Chair of Silverman, Thompson, Slutkin & White’s Internet and Privacy Law Practice Group.
Stephanie Pell – Founder of SKP Strategies, LLC.
Avery Plaw – Associate Professor of Political Science, UMass Dartmouth.
Jeffrey Rosen – Professor, George Washington Law, and Legal Affairs Editor, The New Republic.
Gregory D. Shaffer – Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer; Ron Susswein, Assistant Attorney General in the New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice.
Paul Wormeli – Executive Director of the Emeritus of the Integrated Justice Information Systems Institute.
COMING SOON!: Volume 66, Issue 2
Congratulations to Rutgers Law Review Staff Member Rinat Shangeeta ’15 for Receiving the Mark T. Banner Scholarship! The Mark T. Banner Scholarship, offered by the Richard Linn American Inn of Court, is a reflection of the Inn’s commitment to fostering the development of intellectual property lawyers of high ethics, civility and professionalism, and especially those from diverse backgrounds.
Recap of Symposium 2011
Unsettled Foundations, Uncertain Results:
9/11 and the Law, 10 Years After
A New Type of War
The Story of the FAA and NORAD Response to the September 11, 2001 Attacks