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May 19-20 Cybersecurity & Privacy Protection Conference

C|M|LAW is hosting its Cybersecurity and Privacy Protection Conference on May 19-20, 2022.  This cross-sector event will present “rich content of interest to legal and compliance professionals, information technology and security experts, and executives responsible for developing security and privacy policies.”  The 5/19 Keynote session will feature Samuel A.A. Levine, Director of the FTC Bureau of Consumer Protection, and Brian Ray, Professor of Law and Director of the C|M|LAW Center for Cybersecurity and Privacy Protection, in a discussion of the FTC’s “priorities in data privacy and security, recent enforcement actions, and new developments in the federal consumer privacy arena.”  The 5/20 Keynote session will be a discussion of “the interrelationship between technical and legal definitions of ‘reasonable security,’ the growing trend of state cybersecurity laws incorporating industry frameworks as de-facto standards and how standards organizations are working to close the gap between these two” – speakers will include Chris Cronin, Partner at HALOCK; Tony Sager, Senior VP & Chief Evangelist for the Center for Internet Security; and Jess Walpole, Chief Technology Officer at Fortress.  For more information, see the Conference Program and Speakers pages, as well as the Conference CLE/IAPP credit, hotel, and transportation/parking Information page.  Registration fees vary with 1-day, 2-day, and CLE/IAPP credit options; live stream with no CLE/IAPP credit available on request; register here.

5/20/2022 OpenCon Cleveland Conference

OpenCon Cleveland logoThe OpenCon 2022 Conference will take place virtually on Friday, May 20, 2022.  Hosted by the CSU Michael Schwartz Library and Law Library, this FREE Conference is open to students, faculty, instructional designers, librarians, and administrators.  The theme of OpenCon Cleveland 2022 is “Collaboration in Open Education,” and the Conference will celebrate the benefits of open education to student learning.  During the week of May 16th, registrants will be able to view several asynchronous lightning talk presentations and participate in asynchronous discussions via Slack.  On May 20th, the Conference shifts to live synchronous presentations – three panel discussions and the keynote address by Anita R. Walz, Associate Professor and Assistant Director for Open Education and Scholarly Communication Librarian at Virginia Tech.  Register here, and the registration deadline is Friday 5/13/2022.

April 8th Global Business Law Review / Journal of Law & Health Symposium Day

image of webinarThe Global Business Law Review and Journal of Law and Health will present the C|M|LAW Annual Symposium Day on April 8th, 2022.  This 6-hour virtual symposium is free for law students and those not seeking CLE credit, $90 for half day CLE, and $150 for full day CLE.  The first half of the day will have panels of speakers discussing “Female Thought Leaders” in Immigration Law; Cybersecurity, Technology and Data Privacy; and Business Organizations.  The second half of the day features keynote speaker I. Glenn Cohen, Professor of Law, Deputy Dean, and Faculty Director of the Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology & Bioethics at Harvard Law School.  Professor Cohen will present “Medical AI: Humans in the Loop, Ethics in the Loop.”  Other afternoon sessions will be “Artificial Intelligence and Discrimination in Healthcare,” “Exploitation and Individual Autonomy in AI Healthcare,” “Data Privacy Questions in the Digital Health World,” and “Emerging Issues in Healthcare, Technology, and Data Privacy and Protection.”  Students and non-CLE register here.  CLE register here.

Michael Anderson Talk/Webinar on COVID and Crisis Standards of Care

photo of Dr. Michael AndersonThe C|M|LAW Center for Health Law and Policy and Health Law Society launches its Speaker Series with the 1/28/2022 “COVID and Crisis Standards of Care: Medical-Legal Implications” presentation by Michael Anderson, MD, MBA, FAAP, FCCM, FAARC.  Dr. Anderson will review definitions, clinical roll out, and long term ethical and moral implications of the current use of “Crisis Standards of Care” and COVID.  Dr. Anderson is a Senior Advisor to the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, a Senior Advisor at Children’s National Hospital in Washington, DC, and a nationally renowned expert in disaster response/health policy.  The 12noon-1pm EST “COVID and Crisis Standards of Care: Medical-Legal Implications” presentation is open to the public, and will take place in the C|M|LAW Moot Court Room (register here) and via Zoom (register here).

Professor Kalir Discusses Supreme Court Term on WURD Radio Philadelphia

Clinical Professor of Law Doron Kalir was recently interviewed by Charles Ellison on WURD Radio Philadelphia on the recent Supreme Court Term. The conversation spanned various issues from Justice Ginsburg’s current health condition to Chief Justice Roberts’ move to the Court’s center, and from DACA, abortion rights, and LGBTQ’s recent opinions to the significance of federal judicial nominations. This has been Professor Kalir’s fourth appearance on the show.