All sessions are one hour, from noon to 1PM ET, and offer online instruction and class participation via Zoom.
June 21: Data Privacy
June 22: Artificial Intelligence and the Law
June 23: Cybersecurity
August 23: Data Privacy
August 24: Artificial Intelligence and the Law
August 25: Cybersecurity
Increasingly, state bar associations are considering the requirement of mandatory training in data privacy and cybersecurity. These topics are considered essential for lawyers in any practice area. Mastering the basics of data privacy, AI and the law, and cybersecurity can be critical to protecting the best interests of not only your clients but also your employer's data. Emerging technologies are raising new and novel legal issues. Understanding theories of liability in each of these areas will be considered necessary in the digital economy.
Bootcamps are approved for one VA Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit per session.
Tuition: $100 per session, with a $50 discount for attorneys who take all three sessions. Current William & Mary law students, including May graduates, receive a discount rate of $20 per session.
Please contact Amy King, Associate Dean for Online and Executive Education, at [[w|amking03]] for a discount code, or if you would like additional information.
Topics for sessions include:
* Defining Privacy & Online Privacy
* Mass Surveillance & Privacy Harms
* Data Privacy & Data Protection: Laws & Regulations
* Privacy Risks of E-Commerce
* Privacy Norms & Contextualizing Reasonable Expectations of Privacy
* New Developments in Privacy Law Reform
* FTC's Growing Role in Data Privacy
* State AG: Increased Enforcement Action
AI and the Law
* Theories of AI Liability
* Smart Cities & Internet of Things
* Autonomous Machines & Self-Driving Vehicles
* Privacy & Data Protection Frameworks
* AI Ethics
* Proposed AI Rules & Regulations
* Introduction and Definitions
* Pillars of Cybersecurity
* Overview of Cybersecurity Frameworks
* Overview of Legal Frameworks for Cybersecurity and Data Protection
* Introduce Primary Methods to Enforce Cybersecurity in the U.S.
* Summary of Liability Risks Associated with Cybersecurity and Data Breaches