Technology law is a multi-disciplinary field that touches on intellectual property, contract law, consumer protection and privacy. But what does it really mean to practice technology law? In this program, practitioners from three diverse settings: a law firm, a government agency, and a non-profit organization, will discuss what practicing tech law involves for their industries, the differing career paths available, and the areas of growing opportunities.
The first hour will be a panel presentation followed by small group discussions led by our panel members and other technology law practitioners giving you the unique opportunity to ask questions and gain significant insight into this exciting practice area.
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Executive Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer
New York Law School
Amanda C. Samuel
Contracts Counsel, Office of the General Counsel
New York City Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications
Mason A. Weisz
Associate, Privacy and Data Security Practice
Hunton & Williams LLP
Dona F. Fraser, Vice President, Privacy Certified Program, Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB); Polly Savell, Senior Director, Legal and Business Affairs, A&E Television Networks, LLC; Jessica Lipson, Morrison Cohen LLP; Jen Runne, Secretary, Information Technology Law Committee, New York City Bar Association; Josh Warrum, COO/Chief Legal Officer, ADstruc | NYC
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