The best legal and policy minds in Washington will battle for the right to boast that they are the masters of the most important Internet policy and law issues of our time.
The competition will be fierce. Can you handle it? Registration is open.
The Internet Law & Policy Foundry is bringing together attorneys and summer associates from local firms, government lawyers, regulators, and policymakers, and policy analysts and in-house counsel from major tech companies to go head to head in a battle of minds. The Foundry is rapidly growing movement of Internet law and policy professionals whose goal is to be a platform for constructive debate, network-building, and professional development for emerging and early-career attorneys and policy analysts who are passionate abut development of Internet law and policy (but this event is open to professionals of all levels of experience).
Questions will range from serious to absurd, all focusing on the wonderful world of Internet governance, privacy, free speech, intellectual property law, and cutting edge technology. The evening will be emceed by renowned cyberlaw quiz master Kurt Opsahl
, Deputy Executive Director and General Counsel of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, who presides over EFF’s famed Cyberlaw Pub Trivia. (Photo credit: Eric Goldman, Santa Clara Law)
Form an expert team with your colleagues, or an agile, multidisciplinary group with friends. Don’t have a team? No problem — we’ll help bring together cool and competitive groups, and you’ll get to met some new people. There will be multiple rounds of questions, plus a few tiebreakers if necessary. (Feeling inspired? Submit a trivia question here).
And if you win? Well, you’ll have bragging rights around the Beltway for the rest of the year.