BCLT Events

 

AI Unlocked Executive Education Academy

Berkeley
September 13-15, 2019


Conference on Transnational IP Litigation

with Tsinghua University Law School
November/December, 2019
Clark Kerr Center, UC Berkeley Campus


BCLT Privacy Lecture

Snowden and Data Localization, by Prof. Abraham Newman

November 7, 2019
Berkeley

Abraham Newman is a professor in the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service and Government Department at Georgetown University and the Director of the Mortara Center for International Studies and Chair of the European Union Studies Association. His latest book is Of Privacy and Power: the Transatlantic Struggle over Freedom and Security (Princeton University Press 2019).

Commenting on Prof. Newman’s lecture will be:
Prof. Laura Donohue, Georgetown University Law Center
Prof. Margot Kaminski, Univ. of Colorado Law School
Prof. Peter Swire, Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business


Annual Conference on Patent Law and Policy

with Georgetown Law
Washington, DC
November 15, 2019


Program on Pharma IP, including Patent Linkage

with Tsinghua Law School
Dongsheng Science Park
Beijing
Fall 2019


Semiconductor Patent Litigation

with the Semiconductor Industry Association
SF Bay Area
Fall


Conference on Adapting to the Trade War

Beijing
December 2019


19th Annual Berkeley-Stanford Advanced Patent Law Institute: Silicon Valley

December 12 & 13, 2019
Four Seasons Hotel
East Palo Alto

Co-organized by BCLT and Stanford Law School, the APLI presents a roster of judges, academics, litigators, patent prosecutors, and senior IP counsel from major corporations offering a results-oriented, in-depth look at the latest developments in patent law and practice.


24th Annual BCLT/BTLJ Symposium

February 27-28, 2020
Berkeley

“The Roles of Technology Expertise in Law and Policy” 

This symposium will explore how expertise about technology and its impacts is generated, introduced, and used in making legal and policy decisions. As more legislation, litigation, and regulation involves technological matters (especially those involving digital technologies), we want to consider how expertise about the design and implications of technology informs decision-making: what has worked well, what has not worked, and how technological expertise can be better used. We aim to examine and assess reliance on expertise about technology across all three branches of government and at the federal, state and local levels. Among the questions we want to ask: What should be considered an issue of technological expertise and what should be considered a question of law or politics? Should Congress recreate an Office of Technology Assessment? What lessons can be learned from the ways federal agencies obtain and use technological expertise? In technologically complex cases, should judges appoint experts, technical advisers, or special masters or rely on attorneys and litigants’ experts?


BCLT Privacy Law Forum

March 20, 2020
Palo Alto

Annual Conference on Legal Frontiers in Digital Media

with Media Law Resource Center
May 14-15, 2020
San Francisco


Annual Judicial IP Seminar

with Federal Judicial Center
Berkeley
May 26-29, 2020


Annual Privacy Law Scholars Conference

with George Washington Law School
June 4-5, 2020
Washington, DC


20th Annual Berkeley-Stanford Advanced Patent Law Institute: Silicon Valley

December 10 & 11, 2020
Four Seasons Hotel
East Palo Alto