THE INTERNET’S OWN BO[D]Y [OF LAW] | Vanderbilt Law School, Nashville, TN | October 9, 2014 | Clinical Fellow Andy Sellars of the Cyberlaw Clinic will join Neil Chaterjee (partner and intellectual property practice chair at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP) and Jeffrey K. Newman (Director of the Vanderbilt University Office of Contract & Research Administration) for an event entitled “The Internet’s Own Bo[d]y [of Law]” at Vanderbilt on October 9, 2014. This Hyatt Fund event is presented by the Vanderbilt Intellectual Property Society and Law & Business Society. It will feature excerpts from the film, “The Internet’s Own Boy,” which chronicles the life of Internet activist Aaron Swartz. Participants in the panel will discuss the state of Internet law, with a particular focus on the law surrounding research activities, as well as other issues raised by the film.
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