My Fall 2018 Speaking/Travel Schedule

My schedule of upcoming talks and travel for this semester. As always, if I’m going to be in your area and you’d like to connect, please let me know.

August 22: Connected Health Initiative videoconference on California Consumer Privacy Act
August 29, 6-8 pm: SCU Privacy Alumni mixer
September 5: Federal Society teleconference on California Consumer Privacy Act
September 7-10: Channel Islands trip
September 21: Lincoln Network’s Reboot 2018 conference in San Francisco (topic: Are Tech Companies Silencing Unpopular Voices?)
September 22-23: San Francisco IP Law Association annual seminar in Calistoga (topic: hot topics in copyright and trademark)
September 29: ALCF “10th Annual Your Next Step is the Cure” walk in San Francisco (Team Lisa will be representing!)
October 1: teleconference for Michigan State Law’s IP seminar (topic probably will be Emojis and the Law)
October 4: CloudFlare Internet Summit in San Francisco
October 9: guest lecture in Leavey School of Business on legal regulation of Silicon Valley (this may be a closed event–if you’re interested in attending, please contact me)
October 11: I’m scheduled to moderate a panel of General Counsels as part of the alumni weekend dedication for our new law school building, Charney Hall
October 25: COMO III in Manhattan
November 9: California Lawyers Association’s IP Institute in San Jose (I believe the topic will be Section 230)
November 16: First Amendment Law Review symposium at University of North Carolina Law School (I believe the topic will be FOSTA)
December 7: Program on Economics and Privacy at University of Arizona in Tucson (topic: copyright and privacy)

Note: I am still hoping to climb Half Dome this season after the Ferguson Fire is over. If you’re interested in joining me, please contact me ASAP.

A preview of some items for 2019:

January: symposium at University of Pennsylvania Law School
February: IADC Midyear Meeting in Santa Barbara (topic: privacy)
April: Trademark Roundtable at Harvard Law
Unscheduled: Princeton University Center for Information Technology Policy Luncheon Speaker Series