Information Privacy Summer Institute

The University of Maine School of Law‘s annual Information Privacy Summer Institute offers a series of courses on critical and current topics taught by top experts in the field. Existing attorneys can earn CLE credit or venture into a growing and dynamic new practice area; current J.D. candidates can develop a valuable specialty while still in school. The courses in the Summer Institute are also open to non-lawyer professionals who want to learn more about information privacy.

The Information Privacy Summer Institute will be offered again May 26 – June 12, 2020.

 

Course Details

 
2020 Course offerings
  • Global privacy law
  • Privacy and data security from the consumer’s point of view
  • Privacy and security implications of data sharing
  • Privacy and surveillance
schedule
  • May 26 – June 12, 2020
location

University of Southern Maine campus in Portland, Maine

Why information privacy?

 

The Greater Good, produced by the University of Maine Graduate and Professional Center, is a podcast devoted to complex and emerging issues in law, business, and policy. J. Trevor Hughes (President and CEO of the International Association of Privacy Professionals and Adjunct Professor of information privacy law at the University of Maine School of Law) joined us to discuss the growing field of information privacy. You can learn more about the podcast here.

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