Last night over 22 teams battled it out in the Foundry’s Internet Law Trivia Night, our biggest ever.
At the end, HTTPS: I Love You took home the championship, with Nerd Party Doctrine and Bork to the Future coming in as close runner-ups.
And the winner of the prestigious “Best Team Name” Cup? Defense Against The Dark Webz.
Check out more photos from the event on our Flickr page.
Thank you to everybody who made this night possible: Kurt Opsahl, our esteemed quizmaster, as well as Patrick Kyhos, Angela Hooks, Anuj Gupta, Tim Lordan, Caitlin Chin, Iris Vold, Ian Castro, Hannah Reiling, and of course, our amazing Foundry fellows!
Internet Law & Policy Foundry
The Internet Law & Policy Foundry is a collaborative collection of early-career Internet law and policy professionals passionate about technology and disruptive innovation. The Foundry offers members a platform for professional development, constructive debate, and network-building within a cohort of skilled attorneys and policy analysts eager to help shape the development of Internet law and policy.
The Foundry is led by a core group of professionals and outstanding students who have demonstrated genuine passion for the Internet, technology and innovation within and beyond their studies or profession. Similar to a bar association, the Foundry offers seminars, publications, and networking opportunities, but Foundry membership is open to lawyers and non-lawyers alike. Referred by the most prominent legal and policy minds in America, Foundry members make up the vanguard of the burgeoning Internet law and policy ecosystem.