Presented in association with the NKU Chase Law & Informatics Institute
10.5 hours of CLE (anticipated)
Registration is now available for the Northern Kentucky Law Review – Law & Informatics Symposium presented in association with the NKU Chase Law & Informatics Institute. https://supportnku.nku.edu/ChaseLII
Your registration fee includes the general and special sessions, breakfast and lunch, as well as all published materials.
This two-day conference will gather academics, lawyers, and industry leaders from throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia to focus on cutting-edge issues involving data privacy, cyber-security, international trade, and internet regulation.
The first day’s topics will include criminal justice and the media, antitrust, HIPAA/HITECH Act compliance, GLBA reporting, social media marketing, and international internet regulations. The second day will include international cyber-crime cross-border transactions, international publicity, cyber currency, privacy legislation, and many related topics.
The Symposium is an opportunity for academics, practitioners, and students to exchange ideas and explore emerging issues in informatics law, disruptive innovation, and the increasingly interconnected information environment. The agenda is available online at http://chaseinformatics.org/symposium/.
- P.J. Blount, National Center for Remote Sensing, Air, and Space Law, University of Mississippi School of Law
- Galina Borisevich, Perm State University, Russian Federation
- Eric Chaffee, University of Dayton School of Law
- Natalya Chernyadyeva, Perm State University, Russian Federation
- Jorge Contreras, American University Washington College of Law
- Edward Fore, Barry University Andreas School of Law
- Evelina Frolovich, Perm State University, Russian Federation
- Vaibhav Garg, Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing
- Anne Gilliland, The Ohio State University College of Medicine SBS-Biomedical Informatics
- F. Enrique Guerra-Pujol, Barry University Andreas School of Law
- David Harris, Harvard Law School Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice
- Henry Judy, K&L Gates
- Kalyan C. Kankanala, Brain League IP Services Ltd. (India)
- Deborah Keeling, University of Louisville College of Justice Administration
- Michael Losavio, University of Louisville College of Justice Administration
- Rachel Lyon, Northern Kentucky University College of Informatics
- Jasmine McNealy, Syracuse University S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communication
- Mark McPhail, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater College of Arts and Communication
- Svetlana Polyaskya, Perm State University, Russian Federation
- David Satola, The World Bank
- Susan Stephan, Kretsch & Gust PLLC
- Lauren Solberg, Meharry Medical College
- Judith Wiener, The Ohio State University College of Medicine SBS-Biomedical Informatics
- Peter Yu, Drake University School of Law
Advance registration is strongly encouraged. Seating is limited. Individuals registering on a walk-in basis will be limited to available seating. Registration will not be accepted once the event is sold out.
For details, registration, and additional restrictions please see http://chaseinformatics.org/symposium/ or call 859.572.7577.