Pepperdine Law Review to Host 2019 Symposium
Pepperdine School of Law, in partnership with the Regulatory Transparency Project, will host the annual Pepperdine Law Review Symposium at Caruso Auditorium in Malibu on Friday, March 1, from 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM.
The symposium will explore, from both the academic and practical perspectives, the possibility of public and private entities overcoming challenges while delivering the creativity and innovation the marketplace demands. Speakers will examine how government regulators and legislators can avoid stifling opportunity, function more efficiently, and enact and enforce sensible and effective regulatory schemes.
Don Rosenberg, senior vice president and general counsel at Qualcomm, will deliver the opening address.
Roger P. Alford, deputy assistant attorney general for international affairs in the Antitrust Division at the United States Department of Justice, will serve at this year’s keynote speaker.
The day’s events will feature the following panel sessions:
General Data Protection Regime and California Consumer Privacy Act Panel
- Moderator: Anna Hsia, ZwillGen
- Gus Hurwitz, Nebraska Law
- Matthew Heiman, NSI, GMU
- Tom Hazlett, Clemson
- Chris Riley, Mozilla
Populist Antitrust Panel
- Moderator: Babette Boliek, Pepperdine Law, Federal Communications Commission
- Geoff Manne, International Center for Law and Economics
- Will Rinehart, American Action Forum
- Joanna Tsai, Charles River Associates
- Hal Singer, EconOne
Emerging Technology and Regulation Panel
- Moderator: Gregory McNeal, Pepperdine Law
- Bill Goodwin, AirMap
- Ryan Hagemann, Niskanen Center
- Caleb Watney, R Street Institute
- Brooks Rainwater, National League of Cities
Admission is free and registration is required. For additional information about the symposium, and to register to attend, visit the School of Law page on the Engage website.