The privacy law conference is organized by Berkeley Law School on March 23 in a private area in California.

Conference Objective

Explore new approaches to privacy and data security at the 2018 BCLT Privacy Law Forum. This event offers a unique chance to engage with renowned members of the UC Berkeley faculty and leading privacy practitioners.

Topics will include
  • the global diffusion (or not) of EU data protection principles;
  • new requirements for the explainability of algorithms; and
  • the possibility that antitrust principles can be used to address concerns around market power and privacy.

Berkeley law faculty will present their research-in-progress while in-house counsel, government regulators, advocates, and lawyers from major firms offer practical insights.

The always popular “practitioners’ panel” will provide useful takeaways on how to cope with evolving litigation, enforcement, and counseling demands.

UC Berkeley School of Law certifies that this activity has been approved by the State Bar of California for 5.75 general hours Continuing Legal Education credit.

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Four Seasons Hotel
2050 University Avenue
East Palo Alto, California 94303
United States.

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