Law School Symposium on Net Neutrality

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A friend of mine at the San Francisco Law school just let me know about a symposium the law school is holding on Net Neutrality.

This full day only costs $50 (unless you want credit in which case it’s $100) and will probably give you a more in depth understanding of this polarizing issue. I for one am planning to build upon the knowledge on this nuanced topic that I have already gleaned from askaninja.com, and of course Ted Stephens.

The University of San Francisco School of Law Intellectual Property Law Bulletin is sponsoring The Toll Roads: The Legal and Political Debate Over Network Neutrality, a symposium to increase awareness about network neutrality, bringing together lawyers, academics, economists, and technologists for a balanced debate on the issue. Panelists include Tim Wu, Richard Clarke, Lawrence Spiwak, and many others.

When: January 26th, 2008 8 AM – 7 PM

Where: Fromm Institute on the University of San Francisco main campus

Web: http://www.netneutrality2008.org

Cost: Professionals (6.0 Units MCLE Credit): $100

Non-professionals: Free – $75 (see registration page for details)

Register: http://www.netneutrality2008.org/Registration.html


Law School Symposium on Net Neutrality
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