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Volume 29 of the Santa Clara Computer & High Technology Law Journal is proud to announce its 2013 symposium titled, “The Mobile Revolution: Legal Ramifications of Spontaneity and Flexibility.” The event will take place on February 22, 2013 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Santa Clara's beautiful campus at the Locatelli Activity Center.
With reportedly six billion smartphones alone being used throughout the world, mobile devices are undeniably ubiquitous. Users consult them to find directions to the nearest coffee shop, get breaking news straight from the source, and video chat with friends half a world away. Given the rising usage of such devices, their legal impact is being felt in broader realms as well. From the latest patent wars to personal privacy to the use of mobile devices to achieve social justice, mobile devices are catalyzing legal, business, and social change.
Go to chtlj.org for more information and to register. ONLY attendees who signup via chtlj.org will be admitted.
Ticket prices are below:
Attendee: $125 ea.
In-House Counsel Attendee: $95 ea.
SCU Alumni Attendee: $95 ea.
Student/Press/Faculty and Staff: Free
Santa Clara University School of Law is a State Bar of California approved MCLE provider, and the Santa Clara Computer & High Technology Law Journal is offering 4 CLE credits to symposium attendees.
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Santa Clara Computer and High Tech Law Journal
The Santa Clara Computer & High Technology Law Journal is an independent scholarly legal publication founded in 1984 by the students of Santa Clara University School of Law. For over 25 years, the Journal has achieved national and international circulation and recognition as a leading forum for multidisciplinary discourse on emerging issues at the juncture of technology, the law, and public policy. The Journal’s subscribers include leading law libraries, law firms, and corporations worldwide. A significant number of federal courts and state supreme courts are also regular subscribers to the Journal, including the U.S. Supreme Court and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.