On June 12 and 13, the UCI Law IPAT Clinic hosted nearly thirty technology and intellectual property clinicians from law schools across the country for two tremendous days of discussion, reflection, inspiration, and fellowship at #TechClinicCamp2018. From information-sharing rounds and strategy sessions to presentations of cutting-edge research, the days were full of thoughtful and engaging conversation about social justice in IP and tech, interdisciplinary and inter-clinic collaboration, and strategies to support student excellence, among many other topics. A warm thanks to all attendees for their dedication, commitment, and scholarship – and see you at the next Base Camp!
This week, UCI IPAT Clinic students Rob Winson, Christopher Seah, and Spencer Cross, together with IPAT Clinic director Professor Jack Lerner, attended the Getting Real ’16 conference in Los Angeles. Getting Real ’16, organized by long-time IPAT Clinic client International Documentary Association, is a unique gathering of filmmakers and industry professionals that brings the documentary community for three days of keynotes, practical workshops, and dynamic presentations. On day three of the conference, Professor Lerner participated in a panel discussing fair use and filmmaking.
For more updates and insights into Getting Real ’16, see http://www.documentary.org/gettingreal16/docsgetreal.
Are you considering a career in technology and law? The OC Hispanic Bar Association and UCI Latina/o Law Students Association (LLSA) are hosting an excellent panel on Technology and the Law.
Drop by Edu 1131 on Wednesday, Feb. 10 from 6-9pm at UCI School of Law to listen to great panelists and learn more about this growing area in the law.
Thank you to the Orange County Bar Association for having us come to talk about the DMCA! We had a great time!
Join us tomorrow in Long Beach as IPAT director Jack Lerner and California Lawyers for the Arts discuss Fair Use & Friction: Fan Art, Remix, Appropriation & the Law.