Careers in Media, Entertainment & Telecommunications Law

Posted by Lisa Xia on April 21st, 2016 :: Filed under Career Panel,Events,Information Panel  
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Careers in Media, Entertainment & Telecommunications Law

Join the Society for Law, Science & Technology (SLST) and The Columbia Science & Technology Law Review (STLR) for a lunch panel on working in the media, entertainment, and telecommunications sector.

Date: Thursday, April 21, 2016

Time: 12:10-1:10 PM

Location: JG105

Firm Representatives include:

  • Covington & Burling
  • Paul Hastings
  • Weil, Gotshal & Manges
  • Norton, Rose & Fulbright

Non-pizza lunch will be served.

Careers in Data Privacy and Security

Posted by Lisa Xia on April 15th, 2016 :: Filed under Career Panel,Events,Information Panel  
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Careers in Data Privacy and Security

Join the Society for Law, Science & Technology (SLST) and The Columbia Science & Technology Law Review (STLR) for a lunch panel on the growing data privacy and security legal practice.

Date: Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Time: 12:10-1:10 PM

Location: JG101

Panelists include:

  • Linda Nyberg, Associate, Simpson Thacher (IP Transactions)
  • Randy Sabett, Partner, Cooley (Vice-Chair, Data Privacy and Protection Practice Group)
  • Johanna Skrzypczyk, Associate, Debevoise & Plimpton (Member, Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Group)
  • Alex Southwell, Partner, Gibson Dunn (Co-Chair, Privacy, Cybersecurity and Consumer Protection Practice Group)
  • Elisabeth Sperle, Associate, Weil Gotshal & Manges (Member, Cybersecurity, Data Privacy & Information Management Group)
  • Alan Sutin, Greenberg Traurig (Chair, Technology, Media & Telecommunications Practice)

Non-pizza lunch will be served!

Coast to Coast

Posted by David Wang on April 11th, 2016 :: Filed under Career Panel,Events,Information Panel  
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Coast to Coast

Presented by Wilson Sonsini, The Columbia Science & Technology Law Review (STLR), The Society for Law Science & Technology (SLST), and The Columbia Law & Entrepreneurship Society (CLES).

Please join partners from Wilson Sonsini for an overview on venture capital and startup work, and a discussion on the differences and similarities between the East Coast and West Coast clients in these industries.

This is a great opportunity to learn more about these industries and on the differences between working on the East Coast and West Coast!

Speakers:

– Adam Dinow, Partner, Wilson Sonsini (New York, NY)

– Rachel Proffitt, Partner, Wilson Sonsini (San Francisco, CA)

Who: Wilson Sonsini, STLR, SLST & CLES

What: Coast to Coast (discussion on East Coast and West Coast venture capital & startups)

When: Thursday, April 7 @ 12:10 PM

Where: JG 107

Dig Inn will be served.

Women in IP and Technology Law

Posted by David Wang on April 6th, 2016 :: Filed under Career Panel,Information Panel  
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Women in IP and Technology Law
 
Join the Columbia Law Women’s Association (CLWA), Society for Law, Science, and Technology (SLST), and the Science & Technology Law Review (STLR) for a conversation with attorneys from Desmarais about women practicing in the area of intellectual property and technology law. 
 
When: Wednesday, April 6, 2016, 12:10PM – 1:10PM
Where: JG602
Dig Inn will be served!
Space is limited, please RSVP to alison.liou@law.columbia.edu.

Transitioning from Private Practice to a Start-Up: Technology and Social Justice

Posted by David Wang on March 28th, 2016 :: Filed under Career Panel  
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Transitioning from Private Practice to a Start-Up: Technology and Social Justice

Sponsored by Casetext and the Society for Law, Science, and Technology 

Monday, March 28 at 4:15pm

JG 106

*Non-pizza dinner will be served*

Join us for a talk about one practitioner’s transition from private practice to a legal start-up, how technology can be used to address social justice issues in the legal community, and how you can get involved in their movement to free the law.

About the Speaker

Katherine Anton is Head of Community at Casetext.  Prior to Casetext, she was an associate for a small litigation firm in Boston where she saw first hand the need to make the law free and understandable.  She is a graduate of Suffolk University Law School and Michigan State University where she earned degrees in business and communication.

About Casetext

Casetext is a free legal research and writing platform where you can search state and federal cases, statutes, and regulations annotated by insights from the country’s leading attorneys, law firms, and academics.  Casetext uses cutting-edge technology to connect the law to its massive database of legal analysis so its 500,000 monthly researchers can understand judicial opinions more deeply and efficiently.  Casetext was founded in response to a major social justice problem – the law is expensive to access and difficult to understand.  Casetext’s mission is to make all the world’s laws free and understandable.  #FreeTheLaw

Careers in IP Breakfast

Posted by David Wang on March 25th, 2016 :: Filed under Career Panel,Events,Information Panel  
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RSVP for the Careers in IP Breakfast!

Interested in intellectual property (IP) but aren’t sure what a day on the job actually looks like? Want to know more about the various types of legal careers you can pursue within the world of IP?
 
Please join the  American Intellectual Property Law (AIPLA) Moot Court Program, the Society for Law Science & Technology (SLST), and The Columbia Science & Technology Law Review (STLR) for breakfast with a distinguished group of IP practitioners who have chosen different legal careers within the world of IP.
 
This is a great opportunity to ask questions 1-on-1 with IP practitioners on how they developed their careers and what advice they can offer to Columbia students looking to enter the field.
 
Invited guests include:
 
  • Kevan Choset, In-House Counsel, Head of Litigation and Intellectual Property at Spotify
  • Josh Simmons ’10, Associate at Kirkland & Ellis (Copyright & Trademark)
  • Fiona Finlay-Hunt ’14, Associate at Wilson Sonsini (Technology Transactions)
  • TBD (IP litigation)
RSVP RequiredEvent is limited to the first 30 guests. Please RSVP here.
 
What: Careers in IP Breakfast
When: Friday 3/25 @ 10:00 AM
Where: JG 304

 

New York Intellectual Property Market Lunch Panel

Posted by David Wang on March 8th, 2016 :: Filed under Career Panel,Events  
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New York Intellectual Property Market Lunch Panel
 
Join the Society for Law, Science & Technology (SLST) and the Columbia Science & Technology Law Review (STLR) for a lunch panel talk on practicing intellectual property law in New York. 
 
Date: Thursday, March 10, 2016
 
Time: 12:10 – 1:10PM
 
Location: JG103
 
There will be plenty of Dino BBQ

 

Cyber Security at Barclays

Posted by David Wang on February 9th, 2016 :: Filed under Events  
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Cyber Security at Barclays
 
This event is hosted by the SIPA Digital and Cyber Group, and is an opportunity to observe Barclays’ IT infrastructure and to conduct a Q&A session with some of their cyber security experts.
 
Date: Friday, February 12, 2016
 
Time: 2:00pm – 3:30pm
 
Location: Barclays (Midtown)
 
Spots are limited! Please contact Christian at civ2106@columbia.edu to RSVP or if you have any questions.

 

Lunch with Spotify Legal Counsel

Posted by David Wang on December 1st, 2015 :: Filed under Events  
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CLES and SLST is excited to bring you: Lunch with Spotify Legal Counsel | RSVP HERE
Join us for an intimate lunch conversation with Steve Kim, legal counsel at Spotify. Steve will be sharing his career path from IP attorney at a law firm to in-house counsel at Spotify. Prior to his role at Spotify, he also served as in-house counsel at Estée Lauder and was a member of the management team at Criteo before its IPO. This roundtable lunch is an opportunity to learn about the path in-house, and what it’s like to work at disruptive technology companies.
  • Date: November 23, 2015; 12:15PM
  • Food: Mel’s Burger
  • RSVP: space is very limited, RSVP here to reserve your spot.
  • The first 30 people to RSVP will receive a confirmation email by November 19, 2015

The Paley Center for Media International Council Summit Conference

Posted by David Wang on November 16th, 2015 :: Filed under Events  
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The Paley Center for Media is hosting their annual International Council Summit Conference this week, featuring speakers from AOL, Hearst Corporation, Hulu, 21st Century Fox, Facebook, Sony Pictures, Verizon, and more. The conference agenda can be found here. If you are interested in attending, please email alison.liou@law.columbia.edu.

 

 

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