Pravin Gandhi College of Law is a Premier Law Institution under the aegis of Shri Vile Parle Kelavani Mandal. It is affiliated to the University of Mumbai and offers five years integrated Law Program BLS/LLB.
Technology Law Forum is a Non-Profit making Organization for Demystifying Technology Law. It is multi-disciplinary and welcomes members from varied streams [Technologists, CTO/CIOs and their teams, Information Security Specialists, General Counsels, Lawyers, Law Makers, Law Enforcers, Regulators, Policy Makers, Judicial Officers, Business Executives, Entrepreneurs and Start-ups.]
About the Conclave
Organizing the ‘Technology Law Conclave 2019’ with ‘Technology Law Forum’ is one such initiative towards its vision of blended learning model leading to an enriched and holistic personality of its key stakeholders.
Opportunity to interact with leading experts from the industry.
Six-panel discussions on emerging areas.
Demystifying of technologies by Tech Experts.
Brain Storming Session by Legal Experts.
Networking opportunity with 100 plus multi-disciplinary participants.
Who should attend and why?
Technologist: Into legal risks/issues and options are technology advances
CIO/Team Member: On legal implications of your decisions and actions
CTO/Team Member: On legal effects of technology advances
Law Firm/Lawyer/General Counsel: To equip you better to advise on legal implications of technology plans, options & risks; and on policies and transactions
Entrepreneur/Start-Up: To help you avoid costly legal mistakes/loss of good options
Student/Academician: To understand the emerging issues in the field of Tech-Law
Judicial Officer: To make better-informed decisions
Regulator/Public Official: To aid you in shaping and implementing regulations
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