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The Conversation at 40: The Court, Mr. Coppola, and the Reasonable Expectation of Privacy

The Supreme Court is on the cusp of change . . .
The legal, social, and cultural question of our time . . .
The scholars, writers, and litigators who created what we know as “privacy” . . . .
The policy-makers, thinkers, and activists who know what “privacy” means today . . . .
The Academy Award winner who showed exactly what the loss of privacy will like . . . . 

A multidisciplinary, community-oriented symposium for the 21st Century!

Thursday, November 6, 2014
6:00 PM (Room A), 198 McAllister St.
Film Screening
The Conversation (Coppola, 1974)
(Screening made possible through the generosity of American Zoetrope)

Friday, November 7, 2014
9:00 AM – 6:00 PM (L.B. Mayer Auditorium), 198 McAllister St.
Presentations by the nation’s prominent scholars, litigators, theorists, historians, and policymakers:
The Hon. Harvey Schneider (Counsel, Katz v. United States, 1967) on The Court in Flux: 1967
Charles Fried (Harvard Law School) on Considering (and Reconsidering) the Right to Privacy 
Kathryn Olmsted (U.C. Davis) on Challenging the Secret Government Then and Now     
David Alan Sklansky (Stanford Law School) on The Limitations of a Landmark Case  
Sherry Turkle (MIT) on What We Expect When We Expect Privacy Today   
Cincy Cohn, (Electronic Frontier Foundation) on Can We Reasonably Continue to Expect Privacy
Catherine Crump (Amicus counsel, United States v. Jones, 2010) on The Court in Flux: 2012  

Special Guest Presenter:  
Walter Murch, (three-time Academy Award winner, The Conversation) on Cultural Weighs In on Privacy  

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All events are free to the public.  MCLE-approved for attorneys upon registration.

Sponsored by: Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal, with generous support from The UCH Privacy and Technology Project