Cybersecurity and data privacy are two of the fastest growing and exciting areas of the law, which means that there are plenty of opportunities for law students to begin their career. One of the main reasons why this field is growing so rapidly, is that laws and regulations
In the technological driven world we live in today, cyber issues have pushed themselves to the forefront no matter what area of law we practice in. This is especially true in light of the COVID pandemic that forced a new work-from-home world in which lawyers regularly attend court,
Most of us will incur some type of student loan debt by the time we graduate from law school. Depending on the professional path we choose, it may take more than a decade to be debt free. Today, student debt in the United States amounts to more
So, why is it that lawyers are not using better tools, with better mobile adaptability? The classic excuse has been security: “We simply can’t work on mobile because it’s not secure.” At this day and age, when literally everyone else is on mobile, including banks and stock trading platforms, can this still be regarded as a valid argument?
Recent data breaches at Equifax and the Securities and Exchange Commission have renewed the spotlight on all aspects of cybersecurity, including disclosure. Shortly before the public revelations of these breaches, on August 17, Delaware’s governor signed the first major revision to the state’s data breach notification law since its 2005 enactment.
It’s not too late to add improving cybersecurity practices to your New Year's resolutions. In fact, it's one resolution you can't afford to leave off your list.
News from law schools across the country, including a grant for a domestic violence position, a website targeting the access to justice gap, a new entrepreneurial program, a cybersecurity opportunity, and two new initiatives to combat sex trafficking.
The ABA’s Standing Committee on Armed Forces Law (SCAFL), together with George Washington University Law School’s Military Law Society, National Security Law Association, and Cyberlaw Students Association, sponsored a cybersecurity law panel on September 21. The panel brought together lead military attorneys responsible for handling cybersecurity law issues for the
With at least one million cybersecurity job openings in 2016, why do women make up only 11 percent of the information security workforce? Breaking the traditional notion of a male-dominated industry, the ABA Section of Science & Technology Law (SciTech) is highlighting women who are using their passion for
October marked National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and the ABA Section of Science & Technology Law (SciTech) hosted its second-annual Legal Careers in Cybersecurity, Privacy & Information Law event on Oct. 14th at Crowell & Moring LLP. Angela Styles, chair of the firm’s executive committee, and moderator David Bodenheimer, partner at