2014 Symposium

Time: 12:45pm, February 27, 2014
Location: UC Berkeley Law School (Boalt Hall), Room 100

Event Overview:
Join the Berkeley Journal of International Law for an exciting panel discussion of global developments in privacy law. Panelists will consider topics including privacy law in Brazil, China, and other emerging markets; the sources and norms of comparative privacy law; and the relationship of privacy to security and free expression in the global context. Lunch will be served.

Confirmed Panelists:

Colin Bennett, Professor of Political Science, University of Victoria
James DeGraw, Partner, Ropes & Gray LLP, San Francisco and Hong Kong
Michelle Dennedy, Vice President and Chief Privacy Officer, McAfee Inc.
Danilo Doneda, Professor, State University of Rio de Janeiro, and Member, Brazil Ministry of Justice Committee on Electronic Commerce

Moderated by Chris Hoofnagle, Lecturer-in-Residence, Berkeley Law School, and Director of Information Privacy Programs, Berkeley Center for Law and Technology

The 2014 Riesenfeld award for outstanding contributions to the field of international law will be awarded to Berkeley Law alum Stephen Smith. Please join us for an evening reception following the panel to recognize this year’s honoree.

Tickets are available now through Eventbrite.

Contact Cherrie Warden at cherrie@berkeley.edu or Madeline Mai at madelinemai@berkeley.edu for more information. MCLE credit available for California Bar members.

Thursday, February 27th
12:45 PM

Global Perspectives on Privacy Panel

Colin Bennett, University of Victoria
James DeGraw, Ropes & Gray LLP
Michelle Dennedy, McAfee Inc.
Danilo Doneda, State University of Rio de Janeiro

U.C. Berkeley Law School, Room 100

12:45 PM - 2:00 PM

6:30 PM

Riesenfeld Award Presentation and Reception

Stephen Smith, Jones Day

Bancroft Hotel

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM