Bay Area Blawgers Get-Together, March 28, 6-8 pm

By Eric Goldman

The High Tech Law Institute at SCU Law is sponsoring a gathering for Bay Area legal bloggers/blawgers. Our goal is to get all of us together in a room to meet each other, socialize a bit, and discuss topics of common interest in a group discussion. Light refreshments will be served. The details:

Who: The event will cater principally to legal bloggers in the Bay Area, but everyone is welcome. Confirmed blogger-attendees so far include Harry Boadwee, the Blawg Review editor, Matt Cutts of Google (75% confirmed), Stephen Diamond, Mike Dillon of Sun, Sean Garrett of 463 Communications (trying to make it), Cathy Gellis, Eric Goldman of SCU, Joe Gratz of Keker & Van Nest, Beth Grimm, Patrick Guevara of Randick O’Dea, Matt Holohan, Chris Hoofnagle of Boalt, Cathy Kirkman of Wilson Sonsini, Kim Kralowec of the Furth firm, David Levine of Stanford Law CIS, Mike Masnick of TechDirt, Mary Minow, Kurt Opsahl of EFF, Jay Parkhill, Leah Peachey of Meyers Nave, Aaron Perzanowski of Boalt, Elizabeth Pianca of Meyers Nave, Kristie Prinz, Colin Rule of eBay/PayPal, Colin Samuels, Erik Schmidt of SCU, Jason Schultz of EFF, Mark Smith of SCU, John Steele of Fish & Richardson, Transmogriflaw, Kevin Underhill of Shook Hardy, and Colette Vogele. Other expected attendees include Craig Anderson of the SF Daily Journal, Bob Cullen, Rudy Guyon of Fujitsu, Tom Levis of Backweb, Jan Lewis of Wilson Sonsini, Kevin Martin of Randick O’Dea, Amy Morganstern, Elizabeth Nevis, Benedict O’Mahoney, Risa Schwartz of Cisco, Martin Stone, Andrew Tolve, Cicely Wilson of Justia and Louis Wu.

When: March 28, 6-8 pm

Where: Wiegand Room, Arts & Sciences Building, Santa Clara University. Directions to campus.

Cost: Free. Parking is available for $5

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.

How: Please RSVP to Eric Goldman.

Feel free to pass along this notice to anyone you think might be interested.

UPDATE: A superset of possible discussion topics we might address at the event.

UPDATE 2: A roster of the Bay Area Blawgers I could find.

UPDATE 3: My recap from the event.