FW: Law.com's upcoming seminar "The Constitution and the Internet " p roduced in conjunction with Drake Law School

Volokh, Eugene VOLOKH at mail.law.ucla.edu
Fri Feb 23 13:56:31 PST 2001


        Thought I'd pass this along in case any of you or your students
might find this of interest.

        Eugene


> -----Original Message-----
>
> >>=========================================
> >>LAW.COM ONLINE SEMINARS PRESENTS
> >>
> >>The Constitution and the Internet (FREE PROGRAM!)
> >>February 26 - March 2
> >>www.law.com/seminars
> >>
> >>-Participate in this seminar at your convenience with anytime-anywhere
> >>access.
> >>-Earn CLE credit in more than 20 states.
> >>
> >>The Constitution and the Internet, produced in conjunction with Drake
> Law
> >>School Constitutional Law Center, will examine how the revolution of the
> >>information age has reanimated the debate between the Constitution and
> >>technology.  Does the Internet fit into existing constitutional
> paradigms,
> >>or does it call for a fundamental shift in the way we think about
> >>constitutional law?
> >>
> >>The seminar will be moderated by Professor Eugene Volokh of the
> University
> >>of California at Los Angeles School of Law, one of the most
> knowledgeable
> >>and original thinkers on the Internet and the Constitution, and
> co-moderated
> >>by Professor Thomas E. Baker, Director of the Constitutional Law Center
> at
> >>Drake Law School.
> >>
> >>Panelists and distinguished Internet scholars Professor Lawrence Lessig
> of
> >>Stanford Law School, Professor David Post of the Temple University
> School of
> >>Law and Professor Jeffrey Rosen of the George Mason University School of
> Law
> >>will submit original papers to the seminar library addressing the theme
> of
> >>the Constitution in the age of the World Wide Web.
> >>
> >>For additional information about law.com seminars, or to register for
> this
> >>FREE online program, visit www.law.com/seminars.
>
>                           Seminar Panelists
>
>                           Professor Jack Balkin
>                           Yale Law School
>                           New Haven, CT
>
>                           Jerry  Berman
>                           Executive Director
>                           Center for Democracy and Technology
>                           Washington, DC
>
>                           Robert Corn-Revere
>                           Partner
>                           Hogan & Hartson LLP
>                           Washington, DC
>
>                           Professor Michael Froomkin
>                           University of Miami School of Law
>                           Miami, FL
>
>                           Professor Lawrence Lessig
>                           Stanford Law School
>                           Palo Alto, CA
>
>                           Professor Sanford Levinson
>                           University of Texas School of Law
>                           Austin, TX
>
>                           Professor David Post
>                           Temple University School of Law
>                           Philadelphia, PA
>
>                           Professor Jeffrey Rosen
>                           George Mason University Law School
>                           Washington, DC
>
>                           Professor Paul Schwartz
>                           Brooklyn Law School
>                           Brooklyn, NY
>
>                           Professor Cass Sunstein
>                           University of Chicago Law School
>                           Chicago, IL
>
>                           Professor Jonathan Zittrain
>                           Co-Director, Berkman Center for Internet &
> Society
>                           Harvard Law School
>                           Cambridge, MA
>
>
>
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