California Lawyers Association, Privacy Law

Privacy Section Planning Summit and New Publication

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January 2024

By Kewa Jiang

In the ever-evolving landscape of privacy law, the Privacy Law Section of California Lawyers Association is set to host its much-anticipated Annual Privacy Summit. The Summit brings together legal experts, industry leaders, and practitioners to delve into the latest developments, challenges, and opportunities in the realm of privacy. The Section is excited to welcome attendees on February 8 and 9, 2024 in Los Angeles to a dynamic and insightful exploration of the cutting-edge issues shaping the future of privacy law.

Theme and Focus: The conference’s programming reflects the urgency and complexity of contemporary privacy challenges. With the increasing digitization of personal information, the Summit will focus on navigating the evolving legal and technological landscape to ensure robust protection for individuals and organizations alike.

Diverse Perspectives: The Annual Privacy Summit prides itself on offering a platform for diverse perspectives. Attendees can expect a rich array of speakers, including legal professionals, technology experts, policymakers, and privacy advocates. This diversity ensures a holistic exploration of privacy issues, with insights from different vantage points contributing to a well-rounded understanding of the challenges at hand.

Keynote Speakers: The Summit presents an impressive lineup of keynote speakers, each recognized as a trailblazer in the field of privacy law. These thought leaders will share their expertise, providing attendees with invaluable insights into emerging trends, legislative updates, and strategic considerations for privacy compliance. Take a sneak peek at the exciting list of speakers and the events lined up for you.

Interactive Panels: In addition to the fireside chats, the conference will feature interactive panels and workshops covering a wide range of topics. From the latest developments in data protection laws to ethical considerations in AI, attendees can customize their experience by selecting sessions that align with their interests and professional goals.

Networking Opportunities: One of the highlights of the Annual Privacy Summit is the opportunity for networking. Attendees will have the chance to connect with legal professionals, industry leaders, and potential collaborators. Panel sessions and breaks will facilitate meaningful connections, fostering a collaborative environment for addressing shared challenges and identifying innovative solutions.

Emerging Technologies: Acknowledging the pivotal role of technology in shaping privacy landscapes, the Summit will host a variety of emerging technology vendors. This will spotlight the latest tools, solutions, and advancements in privacy tech, providing attendees with a firsthand look at cutting-edge innovations that can enhance their privacy practices.

Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Credits: Legal professionals attending the Annual Privacy Summit can earn CLE credits, ensuring that the conference not only facilitates professional development but also contributes to the ongoing education and growth of the legal community.

Registration and Participation: The conference is open to legal professionals, privacy officers, technology experts, and anyone interested in the evolving privacy landscape. Registration details and more information on attendance options are available on the conference website.

In summary, the Annual Privacy Summit stands as a crucial event for those navigating the intricate realm of privacy law. As legal and technological landscapes shift, this conference provides a tailor-made platform for professionals to stay ahead, connect with industry luminaries, and actively contribute to the ongoing dialogue shaping the future of privacy.

Inaugural Privacy Law Section Journal Publication

In addition to the Annual Privacy Summit, the Privacy Law Section will be publishing its first edition of the printed Privacy Law Section Journal in early 2024. This issue will feature an interview with California Privacy Protection Agency Board Member Lydia de la Torre, along with insights and practical training pieces from industry thought leaders on areas including AI, privacy litigation trends, and emerging consumer health data laws.

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