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Virtual Law 2008 Conference LogoThe organizers of the biggest virtual worlds conference series in the U.S. have announced a virtual law conference in New York, April 3-4, 2008. The conference, “Virtual Law 2008,” will run concurrently and in the same location as Virtual Worlds 2008 (which will be focused, this time, on media and entertainment). Virtual Law 2008 will feature sessions specifically tailored for attorneys in private practice, in-house counsel, legal scholars, executives, and content creators. Registration for Virtual Law 2008 will include full access to Virtual Worlds 2008.

This announcement involves a couple of personal notes. First, Virtually Blind is a conference partner, so you’ll be seeing an advertisement for the conference in the sidebar over the next few months. Consider registering early — earlybird registration is more than half-off the on-site price. Second, I am on the advisory board for the conference, along with Sean Kane, one of my co-chairs on the Virtual Worlds and Multiuser Online Games Committee of the Section of Science and Technology Law of the American Bar Association. I very much hope you will join us in New York in April for what should be a great conference.

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2 Responses to “Virtual Law Conference to be Held in New York City April 3-4, 2008”

  1. on 19 Dec 2007 at 7:46 amMarc Woebegone

    Sounds terrific!

    I plan on attending. Happy to answer any questions, though I would think by now it’s kind of old news… or maybe not… lol

    Jerry Doyle interviewed me yesterday…. was surprised at the continuing interest…



  2. on 19 Dec 2007 at 10:31 amBenjamin Duranske

    We’re just starting to put together a speaker list. Anybody interested should shoot me or Sean a note and we’ll get your name to the organizers.

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