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TECHNOLOGY & ARTS PRESENTS THE
October 22, 2013
UW SCHOOL OF LAW,
WILLIAM H. GATES HALL
5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Lecture, 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
PRESENTS A LECTURE ON
The Internet and the
The Internet has been
available for public use for almost two decades. We depend on the Internet for
how we socialize, consume, vote, learn and interact, with both positive and
potentially negative consequences. The Internet’s influence has been so
pervasive that it even raises pervasive Constitutional issues. Judge McKeown of
the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals will give a presentation as part of the
Shidler lecture series entitled, “The Internet and the Constitution,” providing
an overview of some of the significant Constitutional issues that have been
raised by the Internet, and those that are emerging, during this time of great
change and challenge.
About the Roger L. Shidler
The Shidler Lecture Series
is named after Roger L. Shidler (UW Law class of 1924), a founder of the law
firm Shidler, McBroom, Gates & Lucas (now K&L Gates). Through the years,
the firm grew to become one of Seattle’s most vibrant and influential law
practices. To celebrate Roger Shidler’s legacy, this series brings
outstanding academics, judges and practicing lawyers to UW Law to discuss
leading issues in intellectual property law, an ever-more important economic
driver for our region and the global economy.
RSVP for one or both lectures.
Last updated 1/28/2014