The HBCU Tech Law Summit aims to educate minority legal professionals on the issues and opportunities in the tech industry in an effort to help infuse the legal workforce with a diverse pipeline to ensure fair, transparent and accountable development of AI as a service and other new technologies that empower everyone. The HBCU Tech Law Summit in partnership with the Institute of Intellectual Property and Social Justice (IIPSJ) and other law firm sponsors create an opportunity for minority legal professionals to discuss Artificial Intelligence, Work Tools of the Future, Blockchain, Cryptocurrency, Cybersecurity, Tech in Sports and Entertainment, and other pertinent topics. This Summit provides attendees with opportunities to engage in meaningful networking with prospective and current law students, legal practitioners, judges and employers. The HBCU Tech Law Summit also awards over $25,000 in financial awards each year to deserving students with a demonstarted interest in pursuing a career in IP, Tech or Entertainment law.
IIPSJ in partnership with law firm sponsors also offers the IP and Social Justice CLE program which provides annual updates in IP law, a panel of sitting federal judges, and discussions of IP, diversity, and social justice concerns. Each year we are privileged to work with some of the nation’s leading IP judges, attorneys, and scholars in our CLE program. For this program CLE credits are typically offered that can be used in the following jurisdictions: CA, VA, OH, and NY. Additional states may be added.
Check out the Rise of eSports and the Metaverse panel and other videos on the IIPSJ You Tube page for videos
Check out the CCPA and Cybersecurity panel and other videos on the IIPSJ You Tube page for videos
Check out this great sizzle video to see what you missed!