UNIVERSITY OF GENEVA INTERNET L@W SUMMER SCHOOL | University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland | June 15, 2015 – June 26, 2015 | Cyberlaw Clinic Managing Director Chris Bavitz will join a number of internationally-renowned experts on law and technology for the second consecutive year of the University of Geneva’s Internet L@w Summer School, in Geneva Switzerland, June 15, 2015 – June 26, 2015. Course Academic Director, Professor Jacques de Werra of University of Geneva will again lead a fantastic program that includes discussions of intellectual property, surveillance, competition law, and Internet jurisdiction (among many other topics). Chris will run sessions focused on practical aspects of cyberlaw and strategic considerations that arise when litigating Internet disputes and a session dedicated to the sale and licensing of content online. The program includes a number of people from within the Berkman Center orbit, including Berkman Faculty Director Terry Fisher (talking about “IP and the Future of Entertainment”); Berkman Fellows Neal Cohen, Primavera De Filipi, Camille François, and Kate Darling (directing a session on Emerging Legal Issues and the Internet of Things); and Professor de Werra himself (who was in residence at Berkman during the 2012-13 academic year).
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