It’s now some time since we launched the Information Law and Policy Centre at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies and we wanted to share some ways to keep in touch.
- Join the Information Law & Policy Centre mailing list to receive occasional updates about our activities, plus the work and events of colleagues in the wider research field.
- Join the Information Law & Policy Research Discussion list on Jisc: this is a discussion list hosted by Jisc for members to discuss information and communication regulation issues, advertise events and opportunities etc. Anyone can join.
- Subscribe to our blog by email or RSS
- Follow us on Twitter: @infolawcentre
- Email me directly to let me know your ideas for the Centre as we develop our 2015/16 programme and to keep me updated with relevant events, publications and news: firstname.lastname@example.org
Upcoming activities at the Information Law and Policy Centre
25 September 2015, 2-3.30pm: The Right to be Forgotten: Removal Criteria and Procedures with Professor Bernd Holznagel, Director, University of Münster Institute for Information, Telecommunications and Media Law. Hosted by the Information Law and Policy Centre at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies. Book your free place here.
28 September 2015, 17:30: Freedom of Information: Extending Transparency to the Private Sector at Baker & McKenzie LLP – presented by the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law jointly with the Information Law and Policy Centre at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, and hosted by Law Firm, Baker & McKenzie (Pricing/registration).
19 October 2015, 18:30: Whose Investigatory Power Is It Anyway? Security, Source Protection and Surveillance debate at Reed Smith LLP. The Media Society and the Information Law and Policy Centre, IALS. Pricing/registration here.
27 October, 09:30 to 17:00: Universities and the Counter-Terrorism and Security Act. Organised by the School of Advanced Study, University of London, and hosted by the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies.
4 December, 09:00-17:00: Law & ethics for humanities and social science researchers – all day training, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (details to follow)
- Video from our past events can be found at this link: http://ials.sas.ac.uk/research/infolawcentre/infolawcentre_reading_and_resources.htm