2015 Law + Informatics Symposium on
Friday, February 27, 2015
The Northern Kentucky Law Review and NKU Chase College of Law will host the fourth annual Law + Informatics Symposium on February 27, 2015. The conference will provide an interdisciplinary exploration of digital information in the courtroom, including the importance of ensuring that such information is reliable, resilient, and uncompromised. EU Directives and other governing bodies have addressed these issues in a myriad of approaches, while lawyers, investigators, and technologists may hold differing expectations regarding appropriate digital evidence.
What does the future hold for drone-obtained evidence, public records requests for metadata, government security, and personal autonomy?
Notably, this year’s symposium will include a student scholarship showcase of law review students presenting their student notes on digital evidence issues during a luncheon.
The symposium is sponsored by Northern Kentucky Law Review, NKU Chase Law + Informatics Institute, and the Center for Excellence in Advocacy.
The symposium is anticipated to be approved for four to five hours of general CLE credits in Kentucky, Ohio, and Indiana. Registration is complimentary and includes the anticipated CLE credits, breakfast, lunch, reception, and all published materials.
About the Law and Informatics Institute: The Law + Informatics Institute at Chase College of Law provides a critical interdisciplinary approach to the study, research, scholarship, and practical application of informatics, focusing on the regulation and utilization of information – including its creation, acquisition, aggregation, security, manipulation and exploitation – in the fields of intellectual property law, privacy law, evidence (regulating government and the police), business law, and international law.
Through courses, symposia, publications and workshops, the Law + Informatics Institute encourages thoughtful public discourse on the regulation and use of information systems, business innovation, and the development of best business practices regarding the exploitation and effectiveness of the information and data systems in business, health care, media and entertainment, and the public sector.
For More Information Please Visit or Contact:
- Symposium Website
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org The steering committee receives these emails.
- Jeannine Abukhater Lambert, executive director: email@example.com or 859.572.6403
- Rick Pandorf, symposium editor: 513.886.4878
- Henry L. Stephens, professor of law and former dean: 859.572.5389
- Jack Harrison, assistant professor of law: 859.572.5447