Criminal Justice Section  

   Continuing Legal Education

Byte-Collar Crime: Criminal Law in Cyberspace

A CLE Program Sponsored by the ABA Criminal Justice Section

Friday, November 17, 2000
2:00 p.m. to 5:15 p.m.

The Wyndham City Center Hotel
1143 New Hampshire Ave., NW,
Washington, DC

This program will provide the latest practical and policy-oriented information for defense attorneys, prosecutors, academics and the judiciary. Topics will include: computer security basics-how it all works; substantive criminal law including important recent case law; the Fourth Amendment: search and seizure and other privacy concerns; evidentiary issues; and international considerations regarding computer crimes.

Program Chair:Ronald Goldstock
Cornell University
Panelists:Allan Brill, Kroll Associates, New York, NY
Scott Charney, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Washington, DC
Other notables to be announced.
CLE:CLE accreditation has been requested from all states with continuing legal education requirements for attorneys.
Special Offer:If you are an ABA member, your registration fee includes a complimentary one year membership in the ABA Criminal Justice Section.
Metro/Parking:3 blocks north of the Foggy Bottom/GWU stop on the Blue and Orange Lines. On-street metered parking or $10 per day in the Wyndham Hotel Lot
Information:Please call 202/662-1512 for questions or if you would like information on the CJS Council Meeting and other events taking place in Washington, DC November 17-19.
Please check your registration category:
CJS Member$25
CJS Law Student$5
ABA Member$45*
Government/GroupsPlease call 202/662-1512
* includes 1-year membership in the ABA Criminal Justice Section and subscription to CJ Magazine
The Criminal Justice Section will bill you for your registration.

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