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CyberSpaceCamp®



ITechLaw's signature CyberSpaceCamp® program is being held on Feb 1, 2014 in Bangalore, India. This will be the fourth time that ITechLaw® will bring its popular CyberSpaceCamp® program to Bangalore.

The CyberSpaceCamp® would provide a platform for experienced lawyers from US, Europe, Asia and all over the world to interact with young lawyers and professionals from India, and share their insight and in-depth view on the implications of technology law and practice as it has developed in their respective jurisdictions. In addition to Bangalore, the CyberSpaceCamp® program has been successfully conducted in Amsterdam, Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Istanbul and Campina Grande City, in the past.

The CyberSpaceCamp® brings together an eclectic mix of participants, including lawyers, professionals, civil servants, government employees, judges, police personnel and like. It facilitates the dissemination of the learnings of the CyberSpaceCamp® into the mainstream of business and legal professions. Unlike an ICT Conference it is an intensive "Classroom Style" learning boot camp.

The program has been tailor made to address current issues facing technology law practitioners as well as make the event an interactive discussion. The program will be conducted in a class room style, with faculty encouraging active interaction from the participants. The CyberSpaceCamp® is aimed not only towards young technology lawyers, corporate counsel, Government officials, other professionals and law students who want to expand their knowledge, but also towards seasoned practitioners and professionals who may seek to refresh and expand their learnings with this exciting area of law, as it develops in India.

Apart from serving as an educational forum for lawyers and professionals the CyberSpaceCamp® would be a great learning experience for young law students to interact with a global faculty and gain an overview of the legal implications of IP and technology issues, globally.

For further details including to act as faculty, contact Probir Roy Chowdhury at probir@jsalaw.com


CyberSpaceCamp*  |  SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2014  |  RITZ CARLTON   

08:30 Onwards Registration
08:45 - 09:00 Welcome and Introduction to CyberSpaceCamp® by
Probir Roy Chowdhury, Chair- ITechLaw Education Committee
09:00 - 11:00 MODULE ONE: CYBER CRIME
11:00 - 11:15 Coffee Break
11:15 - 13:15 MODULE TWO: FORENSICS

13:15 - 14:00 Lunch
14:00 - 16:00 MODULE THREE: DATA PROTECTION

16:00 - 16:15 Coffee Break
16:15 - 18:15 MODULE FOUR: DRAFTING CLOUD COMPUTING CONTRACTS

*Subject to changes