My Spring 2019 Presentation/Travel Schedule

Here’s my upcoming speaking/travel schedule (note I’m not teaching this semester):

January 18, Sacramento: California Chamber of Commerce legislative staffer briefing on the California Consumer Privacy Act

January 30, SCU: closed-door faculty workshop on my next big paper, Content Moderation Remedies

February 5, Brussels: COMO Brussels

February 8-9, Houston: WIPIP. I put in a very late request to present my Content Moderation Remedies paper.

February 12, SCU: Emoji Law presentation for the new Internet Law Student Organization

February 13, teleconference: presentation on the California Consumer Privacy Act to the California Lawyers Association Technology, Internet & Privacy Interest Group. Want to join? Dial-in number (855) 520-7605, passcode 1211276419#.

February 21-22, Berkeley: attending Consumer Law Scholars Conference (but I may miss February 21 as I may have another presentation in Sacramento on the California Consumer Pricacy Act)

February 27, Santa Barbara: panel at IADC Midyear Meeting on Cambridge Analytica

March 2, SCU: Internet Law Works-in-Progress conference

March 4, San Francisco: PLI TechLaw Institute panel on California Consumer Privacy Act

March 27, NYC: PLI TechLaw Institute panel on California Consumer Privacy Act

April 9, Princeton: Princeton University Center for Information Technology Policy Luncheon Speaker Series. I’ll workshop my Content Moderation Remedies paper.

April 12-13, Boston: Trademark Roundtable at Harvard Law

May 1, DC: IAPP Content Moderation in 2019

As always, if I’m going to be in your area and you’d like to connect, please email me!

In particular, I have a few layover days where I’m especially open to your suggestions:

* February 3-4. I’m in Brussels before the COMO conference.
* February 7. I have an open day in Houston.
* April 10-11. Rather than returning to California between my Princeton and Boston events, I will stay on the East Coast. I can pretty much travel easily anywhere on the ACELA corridor, so I’d love to hear your thoughts!