Bay Area Blawgers 2.0
By Eric Goldman
The High Tech Law Institute at Santa Clara Law School and Six Apart are pleased to announce Bay Area Blawgers 2.0, the second gathering of legal bloggers in the Bay Area. See a recap of the first gathering. This time, we’ll spend an hour in a structured discussion starting around 6:15 (see some possible discussion topics). We’ll spend the rest of the time schmoozing/chit-chatting.
When: November 5, 6-8 pm.
Where: San Francisco office of Fenwick & West, 555 California Street, 12th Floor, San Francisco, CA. Directions.
Who: Everyone is welcome, but this event principally will cater to active legal bloggers. People who have indicated they plan to attend: Tsan Abrahamson, Ann Althouse, Harry Boadwee, Michael Bond, Brian Crossman, Aviva Cuyler, Robert Eisenbach, David Friedman, Sujatha Ganesan, Cathy Gellis, Eric Goldman, Joe Gratz, Beth Grimm, Chris Hoofnagle, Kimberly Kralowec, Matthew Lasar, David Levine, Tom Levis, Ethan Leib, Susan Nevelow Mart, Mike Masnick (maybe), Mary Minow, Cathy Moran, Amy Morganstern, Joe Mullin, Keith Nagayama, Deborah Neville, David Newdorf, Bruce Nye, Kevin O’Keefe, Jay Parkhill, Bertrand Pautrot, Aaron Perzanowski, Benjamin Reyes, Scott Righthand, Colin Samuels, Jason Schultz, Derek Slater, Peter Smith, Tim Stanley, John Steele, Stacy Stern, Kelly Stewart, Victoria Stodden, Gene Takagi, Chris Vail, Colette Vogele, Fred von Lohmann, Julia Wei and Cicely Wilson.
Cost: Admission is free, but parking is not!
CLE: This event qualifies for 1 hour of general CLE credit. Santa Clara University School of Law is a State Bar of California approved MCLE provider.
RSVPs: RSVP are ESSENTIAL for this event because of security procedures at 555 California Street. RSVP to Eric Goldman (firstname.lastname@example.org).
UPDATE: Michael Atkins of Seattle Trademark Lawyer Blog is organizing a similar gathering for Seattle-area blawgers.
UPDATE 2: Stanford CIS/SLATA scheduled an attractive complementary event for the same day (Nov 5 at noon) entitled “How Blogs Impact Legal Discourse.”