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Australia & New Zealand Education Law Association (ANZELA) SA Chapter Seminar

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South Australian chapter - Seminar – Thursday 28 May 2015

Venue:

Pembroke School - Potts Lecture Theatre, Senior School Campus
18 Holden Street, KENSINGTON PARK, SA, 5068

Parking: Is available in surrounding streets and in the public carpark opposite 18 Holden Street

5.00 pm

Arrival, registration and refreshments

5.30 – 6.45 pm

Presentation (including questions)

6.50 – 7.00 pm

Windup and conclusion

Theme:          Emerging Technologies and the law - what does it mean for educators?

3D printing, Bit Coins, Google Glass, Snapchat - the development of new technologies continues to change the way the world operates.
As technology evolves the once fanciful is now becoming the new norm in our everyday lives. Although exciting, these changes also raise a number of legal issues for organizations and individuals.
This seminar will look at the impact of developing and new technologies and the challenges/problems which may arise.

Presenter:    Luke Dale, Partner, HWL Ebsworth Lawyers, Adelaide

Luke practises in the areas of corporate and commercial law, with a focus on intellectual property law and brand protection, technology law, media and entertainment law and trade practices issues including franchising, competition and consumer protection. He has specific expertise in negotiating and drafting a range of commercial documents, including licensing agreements, distribution agreements and technology transfer documentation. Luke was also a member of the Panel Discussion on current Cyber Issues at the 2014 ANZELA National Conference in Adelaide.

Who should attend ?

Anyone associated with or interested in education law is warmly invited to attend this session - in particular: teachers, lecturers, tutors, counsellors, pastoral care providers, educational leaders and managers,  IT personnel, tertiary students, members of governing councils or boards and any members of the legal and education professions.

Cost:      Current ANZELA members – no charge

               Current Full-time Tertiary students - $10 per person

               Non-ANZELA members - $30.00 per person

RSVP:    Please complete the form and return, with payment, by 5.00 pm, Friday 22 May 2015