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.
Long time clinic client the International Documentary Association will be hosting the Getting Real 2016 conference in Los Angeles on Sep. 27-29. This conference is an opportunity for filmmakers, industry, academics, and students to gather and confront the critical issues facing the documentary community.
The IDA has released a survey to plan the conference agenda and gather some baseline data on the state of the documentary field. Please take a few minutes to take this survey and offer your experiences so the IDA can create a unique experience for all participants at Getting Real 2016.
Thank you to the Orange County Bar Association for having us come to talk about the DMCA! We had a great time!
Join UCI Intellectual Property, Arts, and Technology Clinic veterans Aleksander Danielyan and Mike Lee along with the Clinic’s Director Jack Lerner for this special lunchtime CLE presentation on the Digital Millennium Copyright Act organized by the Orange County Bar Association!
Here’s the description:
Join us as Professor Jack Lerner of the University of California, Irvine School of Law walks us through the DMCA’s anticircumvention provisions: what the new rules say, their implications for IP practitioners, and what they mean for the future of copyright in the digital age. As Director of the UCI Intellectual Property, Arts, and Technology Clinic, Professor Lerner led two student teams that achieved landmark exemptions that affect documentary filmmakers and authors nationwide. Professor Lerner will be joined by Aleksander Danielyan, and Mike Lee, who worked on the exemptions as Certified Law Students and members of the UCI-IPAT Clinic.