Master Classes

Master Classes are a unique experience open to the entire NYLS community. Award-winning and recognized leaders in the the field of law and technology, Masters offer one hour lectures and discussions in a discrete area of expertise ranging from social media to cell phone searches, from net neutrality to data tracking, and everything in between. CLE credits are often available.

Upcoming Master Classes

 

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Past Master Classes

 

Master Class: Digital Evidence and the Fourth Amendment: Social Media with Michael Pasinkoff

Thursday, January 31, 2019, 12:45pm – 1:45pm, Board Room W204

The Innovation Center for Law and Technology hosted a presentation and discussion with Michael Pasinkoff, Assistant District Attorney in the Violent Criminal Enterprises Unit of the New York County District Attorney’s Office. Social media has become an integral part of our daily lives. People use Facebook, Instagram and a variety of other platforms to communicate directly with others as well as to document and share personal events with a network of fellow users. The increase in use of social media has raised new questions relating to privacy and the 4th Amendment. Our speaker discussed the legal requirements for the acquisition of information from social media accounts and how that information is used during a criminal trial.

1 CLE credit was made available for lawyers in Areas of Professional Practice.

CLE materials can be found HERE.

 

Fashion and Protecting Shoe Designs with Marylee Jenkins ’91 of Arent Fox

Thursday, November 15, 2018, 12:45 p.m. – 1:45 p.m., Boardroom W204

The Innovation Center for Law and Technology hosted a presentation and discussion with Marylee Jenkins ’91, a partner in the New York office at Arent Fox. Our speaker discussed the different intellectual property strategies that fashion brands may adopt when seeking to protect shoe designs.

1 CLE credit was made available for lawyers in Areas of Professional Practice.

CLE materials can be found HERE.

 

Digital Evidence and the Fourth Amendment: Cellular Devices with Michael Pasinkoff

Thursday, September 27, 2018, 12:45pm – 1:45pm, Board Room W204

The Innovation Center for Law and Technology hosted a presentation and discussion with Michael Pasinkoff, Assistant District Attorney in the Violent Criminal Enterprises Unit of the New York County District Attorney’s Office. Our speaker discussed how cellular telephones have raised new questions relating to privacy and the Fourth Amendment, including the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision holding that the government must obtain a search warrant before obtaining Historical Cell-Site Location Information (CSLI) from a phone company. Our speaker addressed what CSLI actually entails, the new legal requirements for obtaining it and how CSLI is used during a criminal trial.

1 CLE credit was made available for lawyers in Areas of Professional Practice.

CLE materials can be found here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4