UNIVERSITY OF GENEVA INTERNET L@W SUMMER SCHOOL | University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland | June 16, 2014 – June 24, 2014 | Cyberlaw Clinic Managing Director Chris Bavitz will join a number of internationally-renowned experts on law and technology for the University of Geneva’s Internet L@w summer school June 16th – 24th. The Course Directors, Professor Jacques de Werra of University of Geneva and Dr. Thomas Schultz of King’s College London, have put together a phenomenal program that will include discussions of intellectual property, freedom of expression, and Internet governance (among many other topics). Chris’s sessions will focus on practical aspects of cyberlaw and strategic considerations that arise when litigating Internet disputes. The program includes a number of people from within the Berkman Center orbit, including the Center’s Faculty Director Terry Fisher (talking about “IP and the Future of Entertainment”), former Fellow Dr. Melanie Dulong de Rosnay (on the subject of “Creative Commons and Open Culture in the Digital Age: Legal Features and Challenges”), and Professor de Werra himself (who was in residence at Berkman during the 2012-13 academic year and remains a Faculty Associate).
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