December 12 & 13, 2019
East Palo Alto, CA
The Annual Berkeley-Stanford Advanced Patent Law Institute is co-organized by BCLT and Stanford Law School and 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.
The goal of the program is to foster a deeper understanding among practitioners, judges and policy makers of the increasingly important role of cross-border litigation, especially for Chinese and American companies.
UC Berkeley School of Law certifies that this activity has been approved by the State Bar of California for 7.25 hours Continuing Legal Education credit.
The program is an outgrowth of collaboration between the Berkeley Law and Tsinghua Law. It is produced by the Asia IP Project of the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology and is co-sponsored by the Berkeley Judicial Institute.
May 30-31, 2019
UC Berkeley School of Law
Organized jointly by BCLT and the George Washington University Law School, PLSC assembles a wide array of privacy law scholars and practitioners from around the world to discuss current issues and foster greater connections between academia and practice.
May 20-21, 2019
Misson Bay Conference Center
San Francisco, CA
Practical Issues in CFIUS and Export Controls
A Discussion Among Practitioners and Users
April 10, 2019
The 23rd Annual BCLT/BTLJ Symposium
Governing Machines: Defining and Enforcing
Public Policy Values in AI Systems
The New Compliance Reality: From California to the EU to Global
The 11th Annual Privacy Lecture: “Privacy Must Fall”
The World According to Surveillance Capitalism
by Professor Shoshana Zuboff
March 14, 2019
Professor Shoshana Zuboff, author of The Age of Surveillance Capitalism (forthcoming 2018), joined the Harvard Business School faculty in 1981. One of the first tenured women at the school, she was the Charles Edward Wilson Professor of Business Administration. Her career has been devoted to the study of the rise of the digital, its individual, organizational, and social consequences, and its relationship to the history and future of capitalism.
San Francisco, CA