Barbara van Schewick at NYU Law School on Wednesday

Sorry for the late notice on this. One of our favorite academic minds on Internet Law is speaking at NYU Law School on Wednesday.

Barbara van Schewick is Associate Professor of Law at Stanford Law School and is Director of Stanford's Center for Internet and Society. Barbara's book Internet Architecture and Innovation is "essential reading for anyone interested in Internet policy-and probably for anyone interested in the law, economics, technology, or start-ups" according to Marvin Ammori, another of our favorite academic minds on this topic.

More information on Barbara's book, including an overview and excerpts, is available at .

When: Wednesday, November 10, 2:30pm-3:30pm.
Location: Vanderbilt Hall – Room 216 – NYU Law School – 40 Washington Square
South, NY, NY 10012
More Info: Email [email protected] or

I am hoping that some USV people and some readers of this blog will be there to hear Barbara speak on an important topic, maybe the most important topic of all when it comes to the Internet.


Comments (Archived):

  1. Dave Heal

    Let me second Fred’s recommendation to go. We hosted Barbara here at Silicon Flatirons in Boulder a few weeks ago and her talk was fantastic. A lot like the book, it was thought-provoking and lucid and just very well done.

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