2013 NKU Security Symposium tomorrow, Friday, October 18, 2013

The NKU Chase Law + Informatics Institute, the Center for Applied Informatics, and our event sponsors look forward to the 2013 NKU Security Symposium tomorrow, Friday, October 18, 2013.

The program is free, but you must register. This is your last opportunity.

The Legal Issues in Privacy and Security (Legal Track) will be in Development B of the NKU METS Center in Erlanger, KY.

Legal Track Speakers:

  • John C. (Jack) Greiner, attorney, Graydon Head

  • Scot Ganow, attorney, Faruki Ireland & Cox P.L.L.

  • Jennifer Orr Mitchell, partner, Dinsmore & Shohl LLP

  • Michael G. Carr, JD, CISSP, CIPP, Chief Information Security Officer, University of Kentucky

Click here for the CLE Materials for the maximum of 4.0 general CLE credits approved by KY, OH & IN (new lawyer credits in IN).

  • Jon M. Garon, NKU Chase College of Law

Data Security: Breach Notification Law Issues [pdf]

  • Jennifer Orr Mitchell, Dinsmore & Shohl LLP

Attorneys and Other Contractors – HIPAA Business Associates in 2014 and Beyond [pdf]

For your convenience we have included directions below.

A detailed agenda can be found on the event website at http://cai.nku.edu/security2013/agenda.html

Directions to the NKU METS Center
From Downtown Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky:
I-71/75 South From the South: I-71/75 North … to I-275 West. Take first exit (Exit No. 2 – Mineola Pike). Left turn onto Mineola Pike crossing over I-275. Right turn at second light onto Olympic Blvd. Follow Olympic Blvd. into CIRCLEPORT Business Park past hotels to The METS Center. Parking is FREE in The METS Center’s large lot.

From Indiana:
I-74 to I-275 South into Kentucky. Stay on I-275, which curves East in Kentucky and go about 22 miles all the way past the Greater Cincinnati Airport until you get to Exit No. 2 – Mineola Pike. Right turn onto Mineola Pike. Then right turn at second light onto Olympic Blvd. Follow Olympic Blvd. into CIRCLEPORT Business Park past hotels to The METS Center. Parking is FREE in The METS Center’s large lot.

Special thanks to the sponsors of the legal track:  CincyIP and Frost Brown Todd. 

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W. Bruce Lunsford contribution to create Academy for Law, Business + Technology

With apologies for posting a press release as a blog post, the news that W. Bruce Lunsford has pledged $1 million to Chase under the direction of the Law + Informatics Institute for the creation of the the W. Bruce Lunsford Academy for Law, Business + Technology is exciting enough for us to share our news.

HIGHLAND HEIGHTS, Ky. (May 15, 2013) — The Northern Kentucky University Chase College of Law has received a $1 million gift from W. Bruce Lunsford to establish and support the W. Bruce Lunsford Academy for Law, Business + Technology.

Lunsford, a 1974 graduate of Chase College of Law, is chairman and CEO of Lunsford Capital, LLC, a private investment company headquartered in Louisville, Ky.

The W. Bruce Lunsford Academy for Law, Business + Technology will be an honors immersion program operated by the NKU Chase Law + Informatics Institute. The focus of the program will be to develop “renaissance lawyers” for the Information Age. The Lunsford Academy will provide students with the technological, financial and professional skill sets essential to the modern practice of law.  Through the program’s technology-driven, skills-based curriculum, students will acquire the fundamental skills that will make them more productive for their clients, more attractive to employers and better prepared to practice law upon graduation.

For those interested in learning more about the details of the program, the most comprehensive vision is provided in my forthcoming article from Connecticut Law Review. An working draft of the paper may be found here: Jon M.Garon, Legal Education in Disruption: The Headwinds and Tailwinds of Technology, (Conn. L. Rev. forthcoming) at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2040560.

In addition to taking the program’s required and elective law and informatics courses, Chase students participating in the Lunsford Academy will have the opportunity to participate in technology-focused semester-in-practice placements and study abroad programs; they will also be able to seek joint degrees.

Chase College of Law partners with the NKU College of Informatics to offer a Juris Doctor/Master of Business Informatics and Juris Doctor/Master of Health Informatics and with the NKU Haile/US Bank College of Business to offer a Juris Doctor/Master of Business Administration.

Professor Jon Garon, director of the Law + Informatics Institute, said the development of the Lunsford Academy is the next step in the evolution of legal education. “In addition to a solid foundation in legal doctrine, theory and practice, law students need business education, information technology and intellectual property knowledge, and law practice management experience,” he said. “These skills will enable students to compete in today’s highly networked, efficient and global business community. The generous donation by Bruce Lunsford enables Chase to meet this challenge and redefine the scope of legal education.”

In recognition of Lunsford’s gift, the academy will be named the W. Bruce Lunsford Academy for Law, Business + Technology, upon approval by the NKU Board of Regents.

“We are extremely honored and pleased that Bruce has made this significant investment in our Law + Informatics Institute,” said Dennis R. Honabach, dean of the College of Law. “The Lunsford Academy will provide our law students with invaluable opportunities to become uniquely prepared for the modern practice of law.”